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It is all old stuff, but we seem to fall
That doesn't detract from the
showing of Hammer, who looked
like a million dollars in comparison
to the champion.
Cincinnati has sold Outfielder
Johnny Beall to Milwaukee of the
American ass'n. He was in the big
league long enough to bust one over
the right field fence at Cub park.
Duke Kahanamoku won the 50
yard National A. A. U. swimming
championship in the Chicago A. A.
pool, time 0:23 4-5. Perry McGilli
vray and Art Raithel, I. A. C. entries,
were second and third, respectively.
The Hawaiian went into the lead at
the dive and maintained his advan
tage. Mike McDermot, I. A. C. won
the National A. A. U. 200-yard breast
Charley Weinert, Newark light
heavyweight, knocked out a person
entitled Jack Keating in the second
round at New York.
Victor Schulz of Wheaton is lead
ing the singles of the Illinois Bowling
ass'n tournament with mark of 664.
Englewood 9, Harrison 3.
Senn 16, Parker 4.
Cath. Minims 5, St. Patrick Cubs 1.
St Johns 12, Lane 1.
Morgan Park 8, St. Philip 2.
Michigan 7, Kalamazoo 3.
From out of the west has come
another demon athlete, Meredith
House, who can run like a House
afire. The new rival for the laurels
worn by J. Howard Berry and other
pentathlon stars recently competed
for Palo Alto, CaL, in a dual meet
with the California freshmen team.
Herewith a review of his perform
ances that day:
Scored a total of 23 points for his
team, which, by the way, lost
Started off by winning the 100
yard dash in 0:10 3-5.
Ran second in the high hurdles in
Won the broad jump, 20 ft 8 in.
Annexed the 220-yd. dash in 0:23.
Then topped off the program by
copping the low hurdles in 0 :24 2-5.
House must be powerfully con
structed to go over the sticks, equal
ing Bob Simpson's best mark, espe
cially after competing in four gruel
Pie Way, for two years pitcher of
the Yale 'varsity and one of the
greatest linemen ever seen in Blue
football togs, is slated to join the
New York Giants in June just after
his graduation. He is not pitching
for Yale this year because of condi
tions in his studies. Way has shown
big league caliber in exhibition
games against both the Giants and
BARBERS PLAN BIG MEET
John Fitzpatrick, president of Chi
cago Federation of Labor, will act as
chairman of mass meeting of barbers
Sunday night at 8 o'clock in Musi
cians' hall, 175 W. Washington. C. F.
Foley of Pottsville, Penn., will speak.
Ray Williams of International Local
548 says the purpose of the meeting
is to find the attitude of Chicago bar
bers in regard to closing up shop on