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who gave the Braves a pennant last
Moran cannot show three better
pitchers than Stallings and he has not
the same attacking power that the
Stallings crew boasts.
Better baseball will be seen around
second base for the Cubs in the fu
ture. Zimmerman has begun to hit,
and when Heinie is clouting the ball
there is .no more ambitious player in
the league. He becomes discouraged
when the swats are few, but a few
good days act as a stimulant His rec
ord yesterday was a sacrifice, a single
and three doubles.
Red Corriden has been released to
Louisville to make room for another
pitcher Bresnahan hopes to sign.
With Cheney a liability rather than
an asset, the Cub boss figures that
another good right-hander is needed.
Coveleskie outpitched Boehling
and Tigers licked Washington.
Cobb's baserunning upset the Wash
Cleveland out hit Macks, two to one,
but errors lost for Indians. Fielding
of Walsh and Oldring saved Shawkey.
Lowdermilk held Red Sox to two
hits and fanned seven, but passed
eight. That caused him trouble.
Browns finally batted a win. Gainor
of Red Sox had arm wrenched in col
lision and had to retire.
Croom outpitched Smith and Slou
f eds beat Baltimore. Boston got two
hits. The former Sock is. in the midst
of a batting streak.
Kay See took third place by de
feating Newark, Cullop pitching well.
MODIFIED PROHIBITION FOR
Modified prohibition for Chicago
was defeated in the council last night
by a vote of 47 to 22 when the ordi
nance introduced by Aid. Merriam
forbidding the sale of spirituous
liquors was sent to the license com
mittee, burial ground of "dry" meas
ures. Merriam's proposal allowed the
Bale of light wines and beer, but put
whisky, gin and strong drinks in the ,
discard. Merriam declared that the .
opposition of the wets only served
to stir up a feeling against them
which would result in. total prohibi-
THEATERS MAY OPEN NEXT TO
CHURCHES NEW RULING
Theaters may open their perform
ances next door to churches as a re
sult of a ruling of Judge Honore,
which held invalid an ordinance pro
hibiting playhouses within 200 feet
of a place of worship.
A mandamus action to compel the
city to issue a license to the 53d St.
theater at 53d and Harper brought
about the decision.
Hyde Park churches for years have
backed the Hyde Park Presbyterian
church in its fight to keep the $228,
000 playhouse from opening.
TO RACE IN INDIANAPOLIS '
Ralph De Palma, world's premier
auto driver, who is out to win the
500-mile race in Indianapolis this
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