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came on for lengthy discussion and
IK way of the bag carriers easy. Every
K club affiliated with the organization
wui take up the welfare of the cad
dies. "- -
Frank Whitney ot" Cedar Rapids
had Ad Wolgast in such distress in
the fifth round at Atlanta, Qa., that
Ad's manager tossed up the sponge.
1,200-point 18-2 billiard match at
Mussey's. Cochran ran 153 and av
eraged a fraction over 28.
Riverside 37, Oak Park 6.
First National 55, Trinity 17.
St James Epis. 60, Ascension 4.
George Stovall, manager of the
Kansas City Feds, and the Jesse Uj
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Mr. and Mrs. Stovall in the Stovall Car. Auto Riding to Hunting Grounds
Is One of Their Winter Diversions. '
Wolgast was bleeding badly when
the fight was halted.
Mike Glover defeated Soldier Bart
field in 12 rounds at Boston. Glover
made a punching bag of the former
Hamilton club and Chicago A. A.
swimmers will meet in the first inter
club swimming match tomorrow
night in the Hamilton pool. Stars of
"both clubs will compete and the affair
3s an even thing.
Welker Cochran, the young Chi
cagoan, defeated George Slosson.
400 to 121, in the first block of their j
James of baseball, is wintering in Los
Angeles a habit he's had for the
past seven years.
Stovall owns a home there and he
plays the part of landlord between
seasons. He collects the rent, rakes
the lawn, water the flowers, paints
the house and make's himself gen
"I haven't played ball all my life,"
says Stovall. "I gardened for about
19 years, off and on."
But George doesn't spend all his
time raking lawns. Indeed not Base
ball never gets off his chest He is