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nent players who last year and year
before were on Federal league teams
are this year located with clubs in
Fifty-five have signed with major
leagues and thirty-nine with minor
leagues. National league has thirty
seven of the big league fifty-five. The
balance are divided between New
York and St Louis, those being the
only American leagueteams that
' have any former Federal leaguers on
Following is a list of the leagues
and clubs, with the names of play
ers signed from the Feds for this
Chicago Tinker, demons, Pren
dergast, Zwilling, Mann, Flack, Doo
lan, Yerkes, Fischer, Hendrix, Sea
ton, Zeider, McConnell, Brown, Pack
ard. New York Kauff, Rausch, Ander
Boston-iAllen, Knetzer, Konetchy,
Brooklyn Johnstone, Mowrey,
Cincinnati Mosely, Anderson, Es
mond, Schulz, Louden, Huhn, Chase.
Pittsburgh Art Wilson, Smith,
New York Magee, Cullup, Ged
St. Louis Tobin, Ward Miller, Mc
Kechnie, Deal, Crandall, Hartley,
Chapman, Plank, Davenport, Groom,
Borton, Ernest Johnson, Marsans,
St. Paul Fred Smith, Land, Fin
neran, TJpham, Halt, Berghammer,
Toledo Stovall, Rawlings, Evans,
Bedient, Kaiserling, Main, Baileyj
Indianapolis Wickland, Kelly.
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Memphis Barger, Walsh, Willett,
Vernon Quinn, George Johnson.
Atl anta Lennox.
Scranton Schlafly, Zinn.
Portland, Ore. Vaughn.
Sioux City Watson.
New London Russell.
The Maroons from the Midway
took a beating from the Fort Dear
borns, 8 to 5. First setback the Chi
cago "U" team has hit this year.
Other local results yesterday were:
Holy Trinity 16, Crane Tech 12.
St Ignatius 5, Cont and Com'l 3.
North Av. Bank 3, Sheridan Tr. 1.
A. R. Eglington, English roller
skating star, broke bis own half-mile
record last night at Riverview. Time,
Johnny Dundee took another 10
round bout from Phil Bloom in New
York city last night 'Slow match.
Dundee won on points.
Articles signed between Freddie
Welsh and Ever Hammer for April 24,
in Milwaukee. Ten-round- go.
Coach R. J. Hamilton of the Ke
wanee (ILL) high school athletic
teams has received a patent on a belt "
to be worn by football captains which
will furnish signals for plays during
A double row of letters and figures
slide between the outer cover of the '
belt and apertures permit the com
bination of one figure and one letter
to show. The combination can be '
quickly shifted and will do away with
the possibility of any member of the
opposing teams breaking up plays by ,
hearing the signals called.
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The ancient Hebrews, . Aryans, ,
Phoenicians, Greeks and" South '
Americans had traditions of aood