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the ninth Friday put'over- the- win
ning, tally. It was Smith and Farrell
who' had managed to get on base
ahead of Hanford. Smith came over
with the winner and Farrell followed
him. Farrell's run wasn't needed so
. it didn't count in tire- scoring.
There hasn't been a miss in the
outfield and the infield, as a whole,
has played airtight ball.
Tinkerfs Whales play like real
whales. Keep your eye on 'em.
Much sympathy has been spent on
Connie Mack and his "crippled"
Macks. It seems misplaced. The
team has started well against the
Red Sox, and is showing batting and
pitching power. Oldring's honer,
double and single and Mclnniss'
three one-spots enabled the Macks to
tie with Boston.
Chapman of Cleveland knocked a
L double and three singles against De
troit. Cobb stole a couple of bases.
Brown, Yank pitcehr, gave nine
bases on balls, a record for this much
of the season. Washington profited.
Hans Lobert is certainly proving
his worth to the Giants. Three more
hits yesterday, and it wasn't his fault
his team lost. Wheat won for Brook
lyn with a homer. Aitchison, pitch
ing his first big league game, was
better than Perntt.
The Cub owners have been order
ed by the national commission to pay
to Pitcher Hageman the $240 bonus
called for in his 1914 contract, and
to submit a contract for 1915 calling
for the same bonus. The agreement
he refused to sign this season did
not contain a bonus clause.
Kid .Lewis, featherweight cham
pion of England, outpointed Johnny
' Lore in a ten-round fight at Montreal.
I. A. C. defeated New York A. C,
5 to 2, in a water polo match in the
tri-color tank last night The vic
tory gives the local tank team the
national A. A. U. indoor swimming
'championship with 55 points, N. Y.
tA. Ci was second with 28, and.C. A.
ftung'up 13. '
1 BOSSES AGAIN PULL STUNT TO
THROW WORKERS OFF GUARD
Once again the bosses are stirring
up welfare work to soothe the work
ers back to sleep. The clothing man
ufacturers are beginning to realize
the feeling of unrest existing among
the tailors and cutters and that the
Amalgamated Unions are reaching
the workers who are responsive to
the call for organization.
Therefore the bosses are going to
give a lovely dance to the employes
in the hall they maintain on Milwau
kee av. and are having welfare
workers go among the employes ask
ing them whether they belong to the
union, talking to them soothingly,
and promising all sorts of charity but
not a word about a living wage and
fair working conditions.
Frank Hosenblum of the Amalga
matetr Clothing Workers, comment
ing on this situation, declared the
time is past when sweet promises will
fool the workers who have learned
from experience that it is merely talk.
He says they have always been
promised everything during organi
zation periods and even given in
crease in wages only to have it taken
away with interest whn the cam
paign of organization stopped. The
clothing workers ahve learned their
lesson and the same tricks or new
ones of the bosses'won't work. They
are joining the union.
Tailors and cutters of the Interna
tional Tailoring Co. will meet at the
Cutters headquarters, 363 W. Madi
son st after work today as will the
tailors and cutters of Fred Kaufman
and the Continental meet at 818 W.
Successful meetings were held of
the tailors on the "Northwest Side of
the Continental Clothing Co. and Bo
hemian tailors of the Southwest Side.
Everything is being done to make
the parade and mass meeting of the
clothing workers on the 1st of May,
a huge success.