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Tfciw town. Tinker did not rest his
athletes, however, putting them
through a strenuous practice on the
St Louis lot They go to Kansas
City tonight and will have a workout
there tomorrow. -- -
Pat Moran appearsto have dug up
a good shortstop for his Phillies in
Bancroft He fields strongly and has
been batting in a workmanlike man
ner. A double and two singles for
him yesterday and Becker cracked a
homer. Schauer pitched his first
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K X George Stalling is kepping his
Braves alive without relying on his
Big Three string of" pitchers. Ru
dolph is the only one who has worked
so far. Luque and Hughes were
good enough to beat Brooklyn.
Miller Huggins made two hits off
Rube Benton, all the ReLtwirler al
lowed the Cards.
Hal Chase stole three bases and
knocked two hits to help Buffeds
Maisel and Oldring knocked home
runs in the Mackmen-Yankee game.
The Minnesota legislature has.
pased its boxing bill, which now
goes to the governor for final action.
In the national amateur wrestling
tournament held at San Francisco,
three Chicagoans were victors. Vor
res won m the 12J-pound class, Reu
ben in the 158-pound division and
Caddock in the 175 and heavyweight
PACKEY LOSES FIGHT!
Joliet, III. Packey McFarland, wel
terweight pugilist of Chicago, attack
ed by wife of city editor of Daily News
when he protested against alleged
posting of bulletin asserting he lost
$5,000 because of change to commis
sion form of government.
Floating mines, under various
- names, have figured in naval warfare
- for nearly 35Q years, but they were
. .first used with really deadly effect in
the Russo-Japanese war of. 1904-5t
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CHILDRENi-HE WANTS 'EM
In an affidavit filed in the Circuit
Court yesterday Nestor Clarkson,
evangelist and owner of a religious
journal, charges his wife, who is
suing for divorce, with deserting him,
kidnapping his children and living
with a burglar. gjt
He also says that his wife is now
-going with a young man who she in
tends to marry afte robtaining a di
vorce. The burglar mentioned is Owen
Conn, shot several years ago by the
San Francisco police.
Clarkson wants the custody of the
THOMPSON WILL NOT CLOSE
SALOONS ON SUNDAYS -
Mayor-elect Thompson yesterday
contradicted-the statement made by
the Rev. P. W. Yarrow, pres. of the
Young Peoples' Civic League, who
said that he had received the Thomp
son promise that the state law clos-.
ing saloons Sundays would be en
"Conditions will be as they were
before regarding this issue," he said.
MASS MEETINCTTO BE HELD
A large mass meeting of tailors and
cutters willNbe held by the Amalga
mated Clothing Workers of America
Thursday evening, April 22, at the
"Wicker Park hall, North av. and
Robey st Joseph Schlossberg, vice
pres. of the A. C. W. of A., and other
prominent speakers will address the
meeting in alT languages.
Shop meetings of the. tailors and
cutters of the International Tailoring $
Co. and the Royal Tailors resulted in
many joining the union.
A meeting will be held by the ar
rangement committee today for the
parade to be held on the 1st of May,
which promises to be a historic event
in the clothing industry.
The only safe way is to keep put .
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