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and no runs, boosting Terrapins to
second place. Mike Doolan cracked a
double and single, and Jacklitsch
registered a homer.
Pirates finally won, McQuillan giv
ing Phils four hits Wagner got to
Mayer for triple ancKlwo singles.
Hans Lobert was hit in the face by
a pitched ball, and six stitches were
taken to close up the cut.
Hank O'Day has decided to recall
Outfielder Pete Knisely to the Cubs
Elmer Maager, local semi-pro, has
been unconditionally released by the
FUNKHOUSER'S MEN PULLING A
NEW ONE ON GIRLS
Punkhouser's men are changing
places with the women who solicit on
the streets and are reversing the old
order, if testimony given by Sarah
Brown before the Morals Court is to
According to Miss Brown these
sleuths no longer wait for the women
to solicit men, but are now accosting
the prostitutes themselves. When
they have drawn the girls into a con
versation and an agreement is reach
ed they arrest the women.
Sarah Brown is an old offender
who lives at 25 N. Morgan st. She
was brought up before Judge Good
now by a vice Investigator called
"Izzie" Bokowski, who told the old
story of soliciting.
The judge said that as Sarah had
been in court once a week for the
last month he intended to hit her
hard this time if he could.
The girl told another story. How
she was walking along the street by
her home and two men in the pas
sageway leading to her house had
spoken to her.
"Are you going in?" they said, ac
cording to the girl.
She said that she was going in.
"What's the price, perhaps we will
go in, too," they next said, the girl
"One dollar," the girl answered,
and she was arrested by the vice in
vestigators. The man who had solicited her was
not in court. The girl's story seemed
straight, although she admitted being '
a "bad" woman and the judge let her
off with a Tight fine of $5 and. no
OAK PARK "L" IN AGAIN
The courts are to be asked by the
Illinois public utilities commission to
take action against the Oak Park
"L" road for failure to comply with
the order to elevate the tracks west
of Laramie avenue. They have until
September 8 to comply.
Some time back the road was given
a chance to operate after that time
by stopping the trains at every cross
ing, but this loophole seems to be
closed to them now. The receiver
for the road and other officials are re
sorting to the old war cry of the cor
porations and pleading "poverty."
"Henpeck says he doesn't know
what he'd do without his automo
bile." "How's that?"
"Why, when he crawls under it he
knows it's the only "place his wife
can't follow him."