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batting rally which counted four in
the ninth. Tinker was back at Bhort
and the team looked much better.
Cobb and Crawford failed to hit, so
Detroit lost. First time Red Sox
have ever beat George Dausa. Triples
by Henriksen and Hoblitzel turned
Browns slammed Gallia while
james neitt waamngton. lAvan
poled a triple and double,
Morton held Mackmen to two hits,
Southworth, a new Indian outfielder,
made a miraculous one-band running
catch, robbing Strunk of a homer.
It took 15 innings, but Reds finally
downed Dodgers. Thursday they
played 14 innings to tie. Benton
fanned 14 Dodgers, Appleton was al
most as good,
Mathewson finally won a game,
holding St Louia to seven hits.
Baltimore rallied late and beat
Buffalo. Duncan prodded a homer
and two singles.
Tom Seaton was a pipe for New
ark. Rousch stung a triple and three
A report front St Louis, aays that
Larry McLean, second catcher, sus
pended for breaking training rules,
eried 0 clean up Manager McGraw
and Scout Ktosella. The story given
out by McGraw saya two chairs were
broken over McLean. But no men
tion is made of the damage Larry
did. His side of the yarn might read
Wendell Phillips 8, Englewood 2.
i Harrison 3, Marshall 1.
Proviso's, Evanston 1.
PIa Tor the Chicasro tennis chanv.
0 pionship in singles began today at
1 the Wanderers' club.
PLENTY OF WAR ZONES RIGHT
NEAR OUR WINDY CITY
One need not go very far from Chi
cago to reach a war zone. There are
many within a short ride of Chicago.
The nearest is the plant of the
Sturges & Burns Co., in Melrose
-Park, Formerly the manufacturers-1
J of mflk cans, they have now takeXa
contract to produce snrapnel sneiis.
A barbed wire fence charged with
electricity and reinforced by a pow
erful revolving searchlight guards the
plant day and night. Inside detectives
keep tab on the employes,
The plant of the Aetna Powder Co.
at Aetna, Ind., is guarded In a hke
manner. The powder company also
has a host of private detectives with
Winchesters on patrol day and night
Six hundred members of the Chi
cago Ass'n of Commerce will go to
Kenosha this afternoon to watch em
ployes of the Jeffrey Motor Car Co.
make war supplies.
A test of a new armored car, built
for the U. S. army, will be held.
HE IS A RIQHT LIVELY BOY,
NAME OR NO NAME
The dally routine of the matrons of
the women's annex of the So. Clark
at police station has been enlivened
by the arrival of a haby boy.
r The. boy's mother gave the name of
Alice O'Hare when she was taken to
the station. Investigation proved that
this was an alyias and that her sisters
had cast her out because she Tefused
to name the father of her baby- She
was found wandering on the streets
after being discharged from the
Her father, brother and two sisters
live on W. Huron st Last night
they said they' might take her back.
Last Tuesday Prof. W. I. Thomas
of the Chicago university shocked the
suffrage convention with the state
ment that every girl, mentally ma
ture, has a right to have a baby.
"The girl has displayed all the
characteristics of true womanhood in
clinging to her baby," said Prof.
Thomas in commenting upon the
case. "The parents would be noble
indeed if they took their daughter
and her baby back into then home.
The world would be a better place to
live in if the parents would show the
devotion to their children that she
does to her baby." -'