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gregate.'-wilL field and run base-a
well, if not better.
Against the Browns the Tigers ral
lied in the eighth and scored ten runs
on five singles, two triples, two dou
bles and a couple of errors. And dur
ing melee Cobbkhocked a triple and
single, Crawford a triple and Veach
' Same old Johnson. Blanked Macks
with seven hits, not having to lace
Eddie Collins or Frank Baker.
Three home runs were made in the
Pirate-Cardinal game, Carey, Wilson
and Butler doing the damage. The
latter also knocked a triple.
Larry Chappell, who cost President
Comiskey of the White Sox $18,000
and a couple of players two years
ago, has been released to Milwaukee.
He came here injured, was used for
advertising purposes, and this had
something to do with his failing. He
has never been able to do himself
justice because of various hurts.
Players who register for Saturday,
Sunday or nouaay piay at we wun
son park golf course and do not ap
pear to take the places for which they
sign, will be denied the privilege of
using the public links for four weeks.
It has also been decided that players
cannot at the same time register for
Saturday and Sunday playing. Sep
arate registries will be necessary.
William Feltz of the Engel team
rolled a perfect score of 300 in the
Illinois state bowling tourney. This
is the second time such a feat has
been -turned in in a big tourney. He
took first place in the singles with
661. x , ,
Billy Miskie of St. Paul outfought
Chicago Knockout Brown in ten
rounds at Dubuque, la. Brown failed
to win a round.
New Normal baseball park will
open its schedule next Sunday, play
'ing the West Ends, former city cham
pions. Arrangements hive been made
for a parade through the South Side
district. The battery for the Normals
-will be. Cy Young and Hanson ; for the
West'Ends, Bradshaw and Kavanagh.
ALL. PLANS MADE. FOR THE BIG
" MAY DAY PARADE -Arrangements
are now complete
for the May day parade and mass
meeting of clothing workers. They
will assemble at 10 a. m. at Hod Car
rier's hall, Harrison and Green sts.
At 11 the parade will commence at
Harrison and Peoria. It will then go
east on Jackson boulevard through
the clothing district, on Franklin St.,
Fifth av., west on Jackson blvd., and
at 2:30 Clarence Darrow will address
the mass meeting at Harrison and
Following is the call in part that
was sent out by the Amalgamated
"To give expression to the buoy
ancy of our movement, to the" grow
ing hope and encouragement that the
A. C. W. of A. has brought to the
-workers in this industry, all of our
members are called upon to rally
around the banner of our militant
union on Saturday, May 1, and cele
brate this great labor day by a street
parade to be followed by mass meet
ings at Harrison and Green sts.
"Come, workers, and send a mes
sage of cheer and hope to our as yet
"Long live labor solidarity! For
ward and onward with the work of
building up a 'powerful union to in
clude 'all clothing workers in this -city
and throughout this great coun
try!" o o
LEGISLATURE PROBES GRAFT
Ernest McCullough, vice president
Western Society of Engineers, wrote
letters to members of the legislative
license committee saying that F. E. .
Davidson had in conversation made
charges against members of the
committee, saying two had been
. nffftrpfl S2.R00 each o vote for the
pbill fo license structural engineers. It
is now being investigated.
Davidson, ,an opponent of the bill,
said the remark was passed as a joke.
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