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stands beside Barry as the defensive
star of the series.
Summarizing, there must be a com
plete reversal of the Phil style of play
ing if the Red Sox are to be stopped.
Their defense so far has been mar
velous, but therehasj)een no attack
to back it up. And without an attack
of tearing size the American leaguers
will cop in five or six games.
Already we are hearing some sput
terings of baseball politics, but as we
must listen to it throughout the win
ter months it should be allowed to
stand until the world's series is out
of the way and the bats and balls are
The talk about peace negotiations
between Feds and organised people
at the world's series games doesn't
listen like the real stuff." "The same
thing was pulled last year until the
American and National learned all
they wished to know about the third
league, then the national tipmmission
laughed loudly and "said hfere was
nothing to it This yearthe Feds will
be more wary and they will no.talk
unless the drganized people lay their
cards on the table.
Coach Stagg is driving the Maroons
viciously for the Indiana game next
Saturday, having learned that the
Hoosiershave a tearn" which out
classes Northwestern. Especial at
tention is being devoted to the de
fensive play of the candidates and
they are being taught tc charge
quickly and break up the opposing
Cordon, Flood and Russell give the
backfield plenty of speed, but these
stars must have support from the line
to form their interference' if ground
is to be gained. The linemen are big
and powerful, but so far have been
Joe Shugrue fought his first battle
since last spring, defeating Eddie He
Andrews in six rounds at Philadel
phia. Shugrue appeared to have re
covered from an attack of partial
Johnny Kilbane, feather champ,
shaded Cal Delahey In 12 slow rounds
at Akron, O. Delaney aimed at Kil
bane's eyes and drew blood. On sev
eral occasions the fighters were hiss
ed because of the stalling put on.
Ad Wolgast received an easy eight
round decision over Gene Delmont at
Kid Howard is bringing his big
fighter, Andre Anderson, back to Chi
cago because of the scarcity of pick
ings in New York. Anderson licked
Jim Johnson and was then matched
with Tom Cowler, but Cowler can
celed the mill.
John Campbell won the 15-mile
walking race promoted .at Gaelic
park, 47th and California, Sunday."
Time 2:39:17. Albert Parker, sec
ond and W. Gaffin, third. Miss H. B.
Knight, the young city champion,
challenged all comers.
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JUSTICE WHITE TO RESIGN SOON
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Chief Justice White
Washington. . It is learned that
Chief Justice White will soon resign
and reports say that ex-President.
Taft will be named by President Wil
son to succeed him on the bench.
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