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President Britton does not Relieve the
systeih is a good one, as. his men got
almost as much for finishing third
as they would have out of the "world's
series. He believes this affected their
One report from New York ha9 M
that Eddie Collins, second baseman
of the Athletics, may be manager of
the New York Yankees next season.
Which doesn't sound probable. Mack
000" people participating in a parade
to honor the Keystone King.
Yesterday was tag day for the Chil
dren's Benefit Society. The steerers
of the Cub team, quick to grasp an
idea, may hold a little celebration of
their own soon on the West Side. It
will be known as can day if pulled
off, and shining bits of tinware will
be attached to various. athletes. No
charge will be made for the tagging,
Welsh and White, Who Fight Ten Rounds in Milwaukee Nov. 9.
is confronted bv a stupendous t"
winning back the prestige he lost
in battling the Braves aim Coumia a
one of his best lieutenants, as -well as
too valuable a mechanical dog to
take away from the machine.
Johnny Evers reached his Troy
home yesterday and was given a
rousing reception, ten bands and 5,-
which is in line with the generous &c
, tions of the West Side executives.
Some of the deadwood must cer
tainly be cut out of the team if it is
to be a winner next season. There
is a big hole at second base and Swee
ney seems- unable to fill it Bill is
slow and there is little chance that
he will regain his speed.