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right-hander. Plank, Davenport and
McConnell were the league's leading
pitchers. Kauff's average against
the three was .318.
Bowen 16, CalumetJ.3.
Calumet 22, Bowen 9.'-
Hyde Park 38, Calumet 5.
Harrison 13, Crane 9.
Crane 16, Harrison 14.
No. Division 19, Wendell Phillips 17.
Lake View 15, Waller 11.
Hyde Park 27, Fenger 11.
Senn 14, Lane 6.
Wendell Phillips 18, Englewood 10.
De La Salle 29, Tilden 6.
Quadrangles 37, De Paul 14.
IN THE WINTER
How Diamond Stars Pass the
I Buck Weaver, in VantSville.
The Cathedral Athletic club wishe3
to hear from North Park" college in
regards to a basketball game. The
Cathedral quintet has had a very suc
cessful season and are looking for
new fields to conquer. Manager Wil
son of the college team can get in
touch with Booking Manager Berg of
the Cathedral five by phoning Hay
PROFESSOR WANTS LEADERS fflfc
Pay clergymen, missionaries, re
vivalists, poets, prophets, agitators,
leaders, inspirers and public men less
than they could earn in other lines
and these precious ministrations will
cease to be adulterated by parasites,
says E. A. Ross, University of Wis
consin professor of sociology, in an
article in the American Journal of
Sociology, just issued by the Uni
versity of Chicago Press.
"Services that, being spiritual, are
not subject to test should be under
paid," reads the article. "Pure re
ligion will be found where a learned
and hard-worked clergy commands
no temporal power, only a modest
living. Everything that gathers pres
tige will be counterfeited."
HOYNE ASKS DISBARMENT FOR
ERBSTEIN AND O'DONNELL
Disbarment proceedings against
Attorneys Chas. E. Erbstein and Pat
rick H. O'Donnell are asked in a
communication received by the Chi
cago Bar ass'n from State's Att'y
The cause of the action is the
charge the state's attorney makes
that the two lawyers were implicated
in having Mrs. Isidore Wexler perjure 'Q
herself during the trial of the police -officials
who were convicted of graft.
Erbstein declared today that he
welcomed an investigation. It was
reported that the bar ass'n might
start disbarment proceedings next