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This change may not be a perma
nent affair, but it will last as long as
the team can win.
Ed Collins and Joe Jackson each
knocked three hits and Jack Four
nier poled a double and a triple. Jack,
however, nullified alLthis good work
by a wild throw that gave Cleveand
its three runs. He also made a mess
of an attempted bunt
As long as Jack can stand up to
the bat and whang away at the ball
he is a handy man to have around,
but in the field he is somewhat of a
Red Faber wasn't allowed to finish
the game, but he could have gone
through nicely if Fournier hadn't
pulled the woozy throw.
Five more games are scheduled for
the trip and by taking the odd the
Sox can make their showing fair for
the jaunt It will give them five wins
and seven defeats.
John McGraw didn't like the um
piring of his friend, Bill Klem, and
was eager for another licking. Mem
was ready to fight after the game, but
"Umpire Eason prevented a scrap. Mc
Graw thus loses another chance to
get whipped. Tyler outpitched Tes
reau and Braves beat Giants.
Heilman and Veach each poled
three hits, helping Detroit beat St
Louis. Cunningham pitched good
ball for Detroit
Harper held Macks to five hits and
Washington won. Shanks soaked
three hits for Nationals.
I. A. C. has scored 38 points in the
National A. A- U. swimming cham
pionships and is now six points ahead
of New York A. C. Last night the
I. A. C. men established new marks
in the 400 and 500-yard relays in the
Tricolor tank. Harry Hebner won
the 150-yard back stroke.
Sinai Social center natators won
-dual meet from Independence park,
46 to 36.
Johnny Griffiths of Akron out
pointed Willie Beecher in ten rounds
Cap Joe Stout has lifted his scho-,
lastic conditions and left yesterday to
help the Maroon track team at the
University of Pennsylvania games.
Bob Moha knocked out Tony Ca
poni in the fifth round at Beloit
Cathedral 9, St. Patrick 8.
Holy Trinity 10, St Stanislaus 7.
St Philips 7, Cathedral College 5.
With less than four weeks remain
ing for practice work and tuning up
of cars entered in the Western Inter
club cup race, which is to be held at
Speedway Park on May 20, the num
ber of nominations in increasing at
a rapid rate.
The out-of-town entries are arriv
ing 'daily and following the entry
from Battle Creek, Mich., of the new
car owned by Wm. Thomson, a
wealthy newspaper publisher of that
city, Pres. David F. Reid of the
Speedway Park ass'n has received
word from Iowa that P. C. Beh of
Harlan, Iowa, will probably be the
second Hawkeye entry.
Other out-of-town entries are on
the fire. These include the Stutz
cars owned by J. S. Thompson of
Lacon, 111., and J. Wilson of Morris,
111. The former has already been
working out at the speedway on Sat
urdays and Sundays. "Speedway ofli
cials have also learned that Hunter
Hobbins, a clever amateur pilot
from Grand Haven, Mich., will be on
hand with his Apperson car.
Practically all of the cars wiJI be
working out Saturday and Sunday
at the Speedway.
Kid Plunkett, the Sterling, III.,
lightweight, who is being looked
after by Jimmy Kilroy, North Side
manager, has been matched to box
K. O. Morris of Rock Island, HL, be
fore the Grass City A. C. of Rock-x
ford, 111., tonight It is to be a ten
round affair. Rocco Parrill has been
selected as the third man in the ring.
Kilroy says the Grass City club is wil
ling to pay Ever Hammer of this
city or Freddie Welsh 70 per cent of
the receipts for a ten-round scrap
with two round trip tickets.