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hits and two passes were made off
him in one inning. Schorr was a lit
tle better. The record probably
means that Adams will go when the
time comes to cut thermit to 21 men.
Vic Saier soaked a triple-and double
during the eight-run rally. He had
poled another double earlier. Cy
Williams hit a homer.
Grover Alexander has the .Braves'
number. The Philly star beat Boston
for the third time this seasonr strik
ing out ten. Whitted, ex-Brave,
slapped -three hits.
Tesreau is the only pitcher who can
win for Giants. He held Brooklyn to
two hits and fanned nine.
Weilman was too good fqr Detroit
and St. Louis cracked the Tigers'
Pipp tripled with the bases full and
Cook hit a homer with two on, enab
ling Yanks to slaughter Washington.
Brooklyn got to Bailey for nine hits
and eight runs in sixth and .seventh
inning, easily defeating Baltifore.
Newark clung to Federal Jeague
lead on Mullin's good pitching. He
had Buffalo stopped at dangerous
Connie Mack says he is through
with Frank Baker. Baker announced
his retirement from baseball last win
ter, but Saturday played with a
county league team in Pennsylvania.
Mack declares he will not sell Baker's
services, thereby preventing him
from breaking back in the game.
Lefty Leifield, former Pirate and
Cub pitcher, has been bought from
San Francisco by St Paul of the
Northwestern 6, Minnesota 4.
Wisconsin 14, Ohio 1.
St Rita 4, St Ignatius 2.
Evanston 9, Senn 0.
Cathedral 7, Crane 6.
"I ran against an old flame this
"What-was the result?"
"A dead heat" Judge.
AUTO FLIRTATION LEADS, TQ
FINES IN MORALS COURT
Two young girls were foolish
enough when two rich young- fel
lows whirled up in an auto and asked
them to take a ride to accept Their
experiences while on that ride result
ed in fines of $25 and costs for the
young men. tt
William Perkinson of 2740 W.
Adams st, and Charles Revensdorff,
2755 W. Jackson blvd., were the auto
ists. As, they drove by 3.5th st and
Parnell av. they saw the .girls and,
according to them, offered to take
Once the girls were in 'the auto the
course taken was not home. They
sped as far as 60th av. and Madison
st, where they arrived at 1:30 Sun?
day morning. Then the girls were -told
to get out
Luckily, Policeman Charles Ben
nett was standing behind a tree only
a few feet' from the auto when it
stopped and one of the girls jumped
from the car and ran to him. Her
waist was torn inseveral places and
she showed signs of rough handling.
The story the girls told of indecent
proposals and of actual attempts to
take" advantage of them led to the
arrest of the boys. They were fined
in the morals court
"HAREM GIRL" WANTS DIVORCE
Until she was married at the age of
j.7, the harem with its solicitude and
seclusion was good enough for Mrs.
Victoria Slyufy. Her knowledge of
the world was confined to the pala
tial prison, high walls and the garden
Tth-the bathing jool and fountain,
.until Gabriel Slyufy-, 20 years older Qp
than, she, claimed her for a wife.
jrhov rnmo to Chicaeo. where Sly
ufy engaged in thgrugbusiness. Once
here, where womenvoi.e ana Bmone
and go to cour existence in a haremj
She learned quickly and a few days
aeo Daid a visit to an attorney. Ho
filed a suit for divorce. . .- : -