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lar- 'line-up. Out of the jumble-at
both universities teams are forming
The first half of the Laigh and
Lang round in the "Twa Days" tour
nament at Glen View ended with Geo.
P. Henneberry in the lead. Brand of
Lake Geneva finished only one stroke
behind him and Clayton Ingraham of
Midlothian marked up.third with 176.
- Five 'other cup contests are under
way at the club.
At Wheaton Mrs. E. S. Farrand won
the women's championship, defeating
Mrs. A. A. Heaning, 2 and 1. The
tournament of officials of the Chi
cago Surface Lines at Harlem result
ed in a win for C. A. Newton.
Fight fans found food for reflection
in the coming battle between Charley
White and Matty Baldwin, Oct. 5, an-
HINCHMAN COMES BACK HAS
BEEN HITTING BALL HARD
Once in a while they do come back.
Bill Hinchman has proved it Bill re
turned to the big leagues this, year as
a Pirate after serving many "seasons
in the minors. When he was drafted
many thought he'd return to Colum
bus before the season started and
again manage that American ass'n
t team. But Bill earned a regular job
with Pittsburgh and has been swat
ting around .300 all season,
nounced by the Chicago boy on his
return from Boston after defeating
Gilbert Gallant White drew well in
his fight with Gallant among the
Dan O'Leary, 73 years old, is to
walk off a $25 bet that he can hike
six miles in one hour a week from
next Sunday. At the finish of this
contest a five-mile walk for women
with six good prizes, including a gold
watch, will be held.
Tomorrow O'Leary will lead a
bunch of hikers to Fort Sheridan.
They will start from Harrison and
5th av., between 6 and 7 a. m., expect
to make the 28-mile walk in about 7
Indianapolis, Ind., was served with
a game or two of championship ten
nis when Wm M. Johnson and M. E.
McLoughlin split a pair of sets, 6-4
and 7-5, in an exhibition "contest.
Jake Schaefer took another of the
new style cue play series from Wei
ker Cochran, 400 to 236, in Schae
fers room at Broadway and Wilson
Sports of all sorts marked the day
St the South Shore Country club fair.
Sailors from the Great Lakes Naval
Training station competed in a field
Three-cornered amateur motor
paced race will feature card of bicycle
races at Riverview velodrome Sunday
afternoon. Starters in amateur
paced race will be Willie Kell, Chicago
Cycling club crack; Ralph Schepens,
Belgian, and Olaf Lodal, Dane. They
will go ten miles for honors. Other
amateur races include a rechepage
handicap at a half-mile and a five
mile open. Professional sprinters
will be seen in a two-third-mile point
race and an, Austrialian pursuit race.
Races will start promntly at 3 o'clock.
Yale's prospects of turning out a
champion football team this fall re
volves largely around Harry LeGore,
who sizes up as the best thing hi
moleskins Yale has seen since the
days of Ted Coy.
LeGore is just about the equal of
any backfieia man in the game to