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Bobby Roth got one of the Indian
bits. Sisler poked a homer.
Between Washington and New
York interest was divided in the
showing of Waltet Johnson, Prank
Baker and Lee Magee. Johnson held
the Yanks to five hits-4n 11 innings
and struck out ten. Baker got two
hits and Magee one. Milan busted
a homer for Washington, and Mor
gan, the supposed weak spot in the
National lineup, belted three hits and
accounted for two markers.
Minus Speaker, the world's cham
pions licked the Mackmen, Ruth
pitching a bang-up game. Shorten
and Walker, Carigan's new outfield
ers, each belted hits. Nabors and
Bush pitched for Mack and were ef
fective. Stuffy Mclnniss was off with
In Philadelphia, Alexander got off
to a win, and Benny Kauff failed to
hit Anderson and Rari'den, Feder
als, were the Giant battery. Roush,
another Fed, cracked two of the
Giant hits. Each member of the
Philly team was presented with a
gold watch before the game.
Larry Cheney thought he would
pitch Brooklyn to a victory, but he
had the same trouble that marred his
work here. No man can win in the
big leagues when his record for one
game shows five bases on balls and
three wild pitches. Sherry Magee
poked Larry for a single, double and
triple. Rudolph for the Braves was a
puzzle. StalUngs used WUhoit, his
coast star, in the outfield. Snod
grass was on the bench. Konetchy
showed his contempt for National
league pitching with a couple of hits.
Jimmy Callahan has started with
a loss, but his Pirates played well. A
squeeze play won for the Cardinals.
Old Hans Wagner blew open his
year's work with three singles and is
out for another .300 mark.
Louis Rene, former Sox and Amer
ican ass'n pitcher, has been signed
to twirl for the West Ends by Man
ager Bill Kavanagh.
August Kieckhefer defeated CJar-
ence Jackson in a game of the Inter
state Three-Cushion Billiard league,
50 to 33. Kieckhefer went out in 44
Chicago 4, Northwestern CoL 1,
Wisconsin 1, Notre Dame 0.
Northwestern 8, Armour 3.
' Harrison 11, U. High 5.
bc. ignauus 4, au rnmp l. rcy
At a banquet of the Woodland iil,
Bards last night President Comiskey
of the White Sox declared that Clar
ence Rowland would manage the
South Siders as long as he (Commy)
was owner of the club.
The new green paint on the chairs
at Comiskey park should be dry by
this afternoon and it will be perfect
ly safe for fannettes to wear their
best clothes at future games. Yes
terday hundreds of people had to go
to the cleaners to have paint removed.
MAX LOEB MAKES THE SCHOOL
BOARD SQUIRM WITH QUERY
"Why was not the Chicago Feder
ation of Labor granted the courtesy
of an answer to this letter?" asked
Trustee Max Loeb, holding up a let
ter at a meeting of the school board.
"In it the federation requests a
hearing before the military training
committee which is planning to start
a 4-years' course in-military training
in the high schools. This communi
cation was sent to the board. I don't
understand why it has not been
Other trustees squirmed uneasily
in their seast There are some trus
tees who like to spoof labor every
time they can get away with it with
out being found out. They are against
labor, yet afraid to say so openly.
Vice President Eckhart stammered
a bit, then said that an-invitation had
at last been sent to the federation to
send a committee to voice its protest.
Did bad taste inspire the man who
started the fad for pink shirts or wa$
it a sense of humor?.