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8,127 yards. The previous record was
36. Evans is on the grounds playing
exhibition mafches with Carl Devol.
First and second matches in play
for the Chicago" Association Tenriis
clubs' doubles title were held Sunday
by contestants from 12 clubs. The
league was divided into two sections
in order to facilitate play. The Burns
brothers, representing Unatr,e, car
ried away the hardest-fought jnatch
at Rogers Park. The defeated Shaw
and Dietrich, one of the two Irving
Park teams entered in the meet.
Other first round matches were won
by large margins Concluding match
es will be played Saturday and Sun
day, Oct 2 and 3.
A record-breaking crowd, at Nor-
LARRY CHAPELLE QETS SECOND
CHANCE IN MAJOR LEAGUE
Larry Chapelle, who was called an
$18,000 beauty when he went from
Milwaukee to the White Sox and the
$18,000 lemon when he was sent back
to Milwaukee, Is to get another trial
in the majors, according to reports.
It is said Chappelle will be sent to
Cleveland as part of the deal by
which Cleveland gave Joe Jackson to
the White Sox. Chapelle has been
having a good season in the American
association, hitting', over .300.
mal park saw Normals -win their tenth
straight game Sunday, eliminating
Rogers Park from the Sweitzer cup
contest Ideal Billiards eliminated the
Italian Promoters, South Chicago put
out Koseland Eclipse, and Murleys
eliminated Logan Boulevards.
The Gunthers were eliminated in
the competition for the Litzinger cup
Sunday when the Romeos piled up a
dozen runs to the Gunthers' nine.
Mendels of Columbus put Butler
Bros, tea mof Chicago out of the
National Amateur association base
ball championship series Sunday at
Columbus by being on the right side
of a one to nothing game.
WAR NEWS OF ONE YEAR -AGO
Count Bernstorff announces Ger
many has made no move for peace
and no offer of separate terms for
Wilson regrets unfound
ed stories of his peace plans.
French and German war offices
each claim advances in France, lat
ter saying German army has been
forced back seven miles.
Servia, admitting evacuation of
Semlin, says strategic reasons were
THIS IS REAL ART
Art in the human form dfvinp
wholly unclothed will be displayed
at the exhibit of the Palette and
Chisel club, which opens today at the
Athenaeum, Van Buren st
Women famous artist model
beauties are going to pose as noted
figures in foreign bookplates. Book
plates which newspaper men have
viewed-and which club officers gave
to understand would be produced
wore not even the attire of Eve, for
it is related that Eve did dangle a fig
If Maie Funkhouser don't hnnj-
things up it looks like there's going
to be sonie Interesting evenings at