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Our local ball teams have a good
start. All three with a perfect per
centage. About the best thing "fans can do
to help the good get away along is to
get behind the teams with spirit.
The park lawnmowers will open
their season shortly
A lot of fresh air bugs have already
started sneaking out on the back
porch in their nighties to spend their
sleeping hours among the ozone.
Old ordinance prohibiting smok
ing on owl cars is being enforced by
surface lines. Gloom for the cigar
Get out your paint can, hubby. The
wife has found a couple of porch
chairs that need touching up.
A Van Buren st. saloonkeeper is
offering the latest dring. A movie
cocktail. It is claimed the "reel"
thing. Customers need only a couple
or so to "film."
The popcorn and peanut man is
back on the job at the ball parks.
Pink lemonade will come next
with the circuses.
Plowing started on municipal gar
dens about city.
"Mike Magneto, our original jitneyV
bus driver, is no speed king, but he's
satisfied. He's alius sure o' makin' a
mile and a quarter in 10 minutes."
American League. Chicago 7, St.
Louis 6 (13 innings); Cleveland 5,
Detroit 1; Washington 7, New York
0; Philadelphia 2, Boston 0.
National League. Chicago 7, St
Louis 2; Pittsburgh 9, Cincinnati 2;
New York 16, Brooklyn 2; Philadel-"
phia 3, Boston 0.
Federal League. Kansas City 3,
St. Louis 2 (12 innings) ; Baltimore 5,
Buffalo 1; Brooklyn 8, Newark 7; Chi
and Pittsburgh, no game.
HOYNE PROBES BEATING OF
BOY BY CONSTABLE
The story of a beating at the hands
of a constable won freedom for Rob
ert Graham, a negro boy of Blue
Island, in Judge Dover's court yester
day. State's Att'y Hoyne is investi
gating the lad's tale today.
Graham was arrested along with
Robert Jones when a Blue Island
farmer complained that a ton of hay
was stolen. Constable Freeman, who
made the arrest, beat and kicked him
in an attempt to get a confession,
the boy says.
Then, he claims, Freeman allowed
the crowd which gathered to place a
rope around his neck and threaten a
lynching if he did not .confess to
stealing the hay.
Fair Thursday and Friday; not
much change in temperature; mod
erate wfnds, mostly easterly,
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