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back to the bag or continuing his
course to the plate.
Pat Mo ran doesn't seem worried
by claims that his team can't repeat
The Phils go right on winning, roll
ing up an early lead, as they did last
season. Demaree held the Giants to
three hits yesterday, beating his old
mates, causing him great pain. Ed
Burns and Paskert hit Anderson
Harmon held St Louis to two hits,
both by Betzel, and the Pirates
slammed three alleged pitchers.
Hans Wagner could do nothing but
hit a couple of triples and a single.
Hans is so old and feeble he is only
able to outplay all the youngsters
Callahan has on his team.
Brooklyn batted Nehf and Knetzer
hard, and Ivan Olson got the fever,
so slammed Rabbit Maranville with
his fists. Ivan is one of the best pu
glists in baseball When with Cleve
land he whipped a couple of Red Sox
players, and as a Red battled a whole
flock of Cubs here on the West Side.
Ivan doesn't shoot blank cartridges,
either, for he is usually victorious,
and doesn't care how thick the en
Connie Mack won his first victory
of the year, Myers holding the Red
Sox to four hits. Strunk and Lajoie
each belted three hits off Pennock
- Bob Groom held Cleveland hitless
until the ninth, Smith doubling then
to score Speaker with the lone In
dian run. Sisler got three of the 13
Brown hits off three Cleveland pitch
Caldwell stopped Washington while
his pals were hitting Dumont and
Gallia. High got three hits and Ged
Paul Strand, a pitcher for the last
two years with the Braves, has been
signed by Roger Bresnahan for To
ledo. D. W A. Smith, I. A. C, broke the
National A. A. U. record in the
plunge for distance in the aquatic!
games of the Missouri A. A. at St
Louis. His time for the 75 feet was
50 3-5 seconds.
Ever Hammer will go to Milwau
kee tomorrow morning and take his
last workout there previous to meet
ing Freddie Welsh in a ten-round
fight Monday night The Cream City
fight fans wanted to see the local
man in action before the battle.
Harry Gilmore is going to close up
his loop salle de mitts until his son,
Freddie, returns from Australia,
when a more pretentious establish
ment will be opened.
Evanston 16, Proviso 10.
Crane 9, Wheaton 4.
Morgan Pk. Acad. 2, High SchL 0.
Lane 10, Lake View 7.
Indiana 2, Illinois 1.
Illinois bowlers will inaugurate the
greatest sectional tournament ever
scheduled today when the vanguard
of some 4,000 state alley experts will
go into action at the Randolph alleys
at 5 p. m. For twenty-five days
without intermission the state play
ers will roll for the championships of
the Illinois Bowlirfg ass'n and its
$12,000 in cash prizes.
The meet is the nineteenth annual
renewal of the state classic and its
size makes all former tournaments
in any part of the world look like
WOULDN'T TELL SAFE NUMBERS
HE'S IN A HOSPITAL
Savagely beaten by three men,
John Popescu, watchman of George
Wittbold's florist shop at 3319 N.
Halsted st, is lying in the Alexian
Bros.' hospital this morning, serious
Popescu refused to tell the combi
nation of the safe in the office and
the robbers tied him up and beat him
over the head with a crowbar.
Chas. Kinney, ousted Art Institute
student, filed second suit for $10,-
000 against school heads.