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downed Pirates. Demaree held Pi
rates hitless until sixth, but was
knocked out in ninth. Bancroft hit
three singles, Luderus two doubles.
Reds got to Perritt in ninth and
beat Giants. Clarke's single was the
Brooklyn broke its losing streak on
strong batting of Wheat, Cutshaw
and Getz. Coombs scattered the nine
hits the Cards made.
Chapman's homer and Ward Mil
ler's three singles put Sloufeds In an
easy spot Crandall was effective
Lord and Chase batted home tho
Buffalo runs, while Schulz kept Pitts-
burgh scoreless, allowing one hti. It
came in the ninth inning.
Brooklyn will come to the West
Side tomorrow for a series and a bat
tle for second nlace will taka nlncn
Olympic club of San Francisco won
the junior athletic meet at the Panama-Pacific
exposition, scoring 28
points. Chicago A. A. was second, a
point behind. Nine new records were
made, but the majority of them will
not be allowed because of a stiff wind
which blew at the athletes' backs.
Andy Ward lost to Morse of the Sa
lem A. C. In the century. Graham,
C. A. A. won the pole vault Landers,
another Chicagoan, second.
Joe Welling had a shade over Ad
Wolgast In their ten-round, no-decision
bout at Duluth. Wolgast lacked
aggressiveness. His eye was closed
by a stiff punch in the sixth round.
Dennie O'Keefe, South Deering A.
., and Jim Foley, Holy Name A. C,
fought four rounds to a draw In the
ieature maicn at me a orDes gym.
Battling Levinsky and Colin Bell,
Australian heavy, fought ten rounds
to a draw In New York.
Managing Editor That new re
porter seems'very careful to make no
City Editor Yes, when I told him
to write on one side of the copy paper
he asked ma which side.
MRS. BUNDY RETURNS TO THE
Mrs. T. C. Bundy
Miss Mary Browne and other
women tennis stars have reason to
hfiErin tn tret rtprtormc Mm nnni4ir
formerly Miss May Sutton, is at the'
game again ana piaymg as well as
when she won all titles in sight
In a recent tournament Mrs. Bundy
allowed Miss Browne, three-time
champion, only three eames in an en
tire set She also defeated her eis.
ter, Miss Florence Sutton, who is one
of the best
TODAY'S ODDEST STORY
Akron, O., Aug. 7. Mayor Rock
well has thrown his fly-swatter into
the ash can. He has solved the prob
lem of fly-killing by less exertion. It's
a chamelon, presented to Rockwell
by a Hawaii admirer. The chamelon
nabs flies with great avidity and has
proved a good friend to bald-headed
The honeymoon usuallv lasts tilr
the sweet thing asks hubby for money
we nrsi ume.