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bles and a single. Chalmers pitched
Tesreau outpitched Lear and
Giants beat Reds. Lobert starred for
First 12 batters for Brooklyn went
out in order. Then they slammed
Quinn, making 12 runs in three
frames. Evans knocked a homer and
two singles and Cooper a triple and
two singles. Marion puzzled Balti
more. Buffalo dropped fifth straight,
Schulz being wild. Moseley for New
ark fanned seven.
Freddie Welsh, lightweight cham
pion, has canceled the fight he had
scheduled with Ad Wolgast for May
18 in Milwaukee. Ritchie Mitchell
will probably sub for the Briton.
Welsh injured his arm in a battle
with Red Watson and cannot get in
Joe Welling made his Now York
debut by shading Johnny Marto in
ten rounds. Welling had the best of
all the fighting.
University of Illinois lost its first
dual track meet in six years to a
Conference college, being downed by
Wisconsin, 71 to 55. Mucks of Wis
consin tossed th shot 47 feet 3
inches, 3 inches better than the
Conference record. In the two-mile
Mason of Illinois did the distance in
3 4-5 seconds better than the old
mark of 9 :42 4-5. Stiles of Wisconsin
leaped 24 feet 1 inches in the broad
jump, a foot and half an Inch better
than the Conference record. Mucks
of Wisconsin was individual star, with
victories in the shotput, hammer and
Laurence McClelland of Whiting
won again in the amateur tourna
ment at Forbes gym, defeating Eli
Gans in the finals of the 108-pound
class, the bout being stopped in the
first round. Joe Parrillo won the 115
Illinois 5, Wisconsin 4.
Ohio 9, Chicago 6.
Northwestern 7, Purdue 2.
Armour 13, Monmouth 3.
Proviso 16, New Trier 1.
Morton 11, La Grange 3.
De La Salle 11, St Viators 5.
Lane 14, North Division 10.
Harrison 11', Crane 5.
St Rita 14, Holy Trinity 3.
St Patricks 8, St Cyril 2.
BITS OF NEWS
Municipal gardens coming along
fine, reports Mrs. Meder, head of pub
lic welfare dep't Children of unem
ployed going to Burroughs school,
36th and Washtenaw, given plots.
Undertakers who have strung nets
in Drainage canal at Lyons to catch
bodies have increased expenditures
of town supervisor. Majority uniden
tified and town has to pay for buriaL
Cap't Joseph Smith of South Chi
cago beat Cap't Harry Gorman of
Stock Yards station in perch-eating
contest Winenr ate 30.
"The Smiths used to have a splen
"Yes, but she and Mrs. Smith could
not get along."
"Dear me ! So I suppose Smith.had
to discharge her?"
"Oh, no. He divorced his wife."
This is the season when the east
erner merrily skips out of and into his
winter flannels from day to day.