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er and single, Good -with a pair of
triples, and Schulte with a double.
We are praying for the appearance
of the eastern teams of the National
league. They manage to get through
a game in an hour and forty minutes
now and then, atrd-jio battle on the
West Side lot has yet""been played in
less than two hours. The same con
dition has prevailed in St Louis,
with the Cubs and Cards as contend
ers. Two hours an da quarter were
required for each fracas
Jimmy Smith, young Whafe short
stop, will be out of the game for about
a week because of an injury suffered
during the three innings played in
Kansas City yesterday. Gilmore
spiked some of the skin off the palm
of Smith's hand sliding to second
Manager Tinker is in excellent
condition and will replace his rookie
understudy for the present.
Hot warfare is being waged in Kay
See between the Feds and Owner Te
beau's A. A. team. At the minor
park Tebeau gives to each purchas
er of a ticket a coupon which entitles
him to admission to another battle
later in the season.
Another licking for Rudolph and
eight straight wins for the Phillies.
Whitted, who was sent to Philadel
phia by the Braves, was a big factor
in the win with three hits.
Tom Leach scored both Red runs,
made a Jut and stole a base. That
fellow is sold and decrepit he can't
do anything but play.balL
Ten two-base hits were made in the
Cleveland-Detroit game. Five pitch
ers were slammed.
Falkenberg was banged by Brook
lyn, whic htook first place. Evans,
Laporte and Campbell knocked three
Mike Doolan cleaned the bases
with a homer and Baltimore whipped
Horace Lean, Chicago, defeated
! Charles Ellis, Cleveland, 50 to 31, in
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league. Ellis will be forced to play 1
IKieckhefer of Milwaukee for the
championship, his defeat by Lean
having brought about a tie.
DYE WORKERS ON STRIKE FOR
There are 200 dye-house workers
on strike at the plants of the Chi
cago Consolidated Cleaners, 3517 W.
Madison; City Odorless Cleaners,
Lake and Sacramento blvd.; Fisher,
Kalb & Co., Madison and 43d; Orig
inal Archibald, 3513 W. Madison.
The workers, partly women, want
a 9-hour day, time and a half for
overtime, half a day off on Saturdays
during June, July and August, and
recognition of the union.
"In the busy season we work 15
hours a day or longer and with no
overtime pay," said W. J. Riordan.
"In the slack season we are laid off
or given two days a week work."
Riordan has approached the em
ployers six times seeking an agree
ment, but always has been turned
away. The strike was called April
14. There are 400 union dye-workers
still employed with fair firms.
The strike tied up the four plants
until today. Today a number of men
went back t6 work. The union men
make open accusation against mem
bers of Drivers' Local No. 712 of try
ing to break the dye-workers' strike.
They have taken the matter before
the Chicago Federation of Labor. The
dye-workers say the dye wagon driv
ers, all union men, are coaxing the
union strikers to return to work.
Fred Pockart, pres. of Dye House
Workers' Union No. 4790. and W. J.
Riordan, business agent, have both
been slugged since the strike started,
Admiral Peary would better be
careful what he says or they may
take that north pole away from htni
and give it to Old Doc Cook.
-Don't make the refrigerator a
catch-all for odds and ends of food.
Keep these used up in some way and
save the space' for fresh material.