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by dividing with Newark. Main held
Peps to two hits in first, but Chief
Johnson was battered in afterpiece.
Perring cracked two doubles and a
single in second game.
Ty Cobb drew thVeewalks, belted a
trple and single and stble-jtwo bases.
Detroit won easily. Kavanagh hit a
homer and double.
Burlington and Keokuk of the Cen
tral ass'n set a new record for organ
ized baseball when they played 22
innings to a scoreless tie. Miller for
Burlington and Watkins for Keokuk
pitched the full game, Burlington
getting six hits and Keokuk seven.
Detroit and Washington played 18 in
nings in 1909 without a run. Fargo
and Devil's Lake, N. D., played 25 in
nings in 1891 without a score.
BRISTOW CLOSES THEATER
SAYS BLOOM'S TO BLAME
Att'y Samuel Bristow closed his
theater at 439 E. 31st st last night.
Before each performance he walked
upon the stage and told his audience
why he was closing.
"I have positive proof that 'Ike'
Bloom of levee fame is going to open
a saloon downstairs," he said. "Re
cently 'Izzie' and Jacob Lazarus have
been telling my neighbors that they
were going to manage the saloon. I
understand that application for a
license will be made today at the city
Bristow also stated that he had
been offered $1,200 to still his objec
tions and that the landlord, an Oak
Park deacon, had insinuated that his
rent would be made easier if he kept
his mouth shut
"I don't think the decent people of
this neighborhood will stand for
Bloom. I know I won't," continued
the attorney. Furthermore, I will not
bring women and children into my
playhouse when I have learned that
a rowdy saloon is to be opened down
stairs." Last night Bloom's friends denied
he intended to open a saloon on 31st
st. They said he had decided to open ,
a roadhouse in Burnham, a suburb
on the far South Side.
BISHOP TOLL DROPS DEAD
Bishop William Toll, 77, 1538 Sher
win av., of the Episcopal diocese of
Chicago, dropped dead from heart
failure Sunday. He was returning
from Downers Grove, where he had
officiated at a confirmation and com
GEORCIANNA TOWER, JR., IS
"X. il I III
Mrs. Georgianna Burdick Tower,
who was divorced from Charlemagne
Tower, Jr., son of the former United
States ambassador to Germany and
The Bugg house is a popular hotel
in Ludington, Mich., and Harry Chin
is a social leader in Beardstown, 111,