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games at Philadelphia the Tigers
have been handed 39 bases on balls,,
something of a record, pitchers of
both teams have issued 60 free tick
ets foVthree games.
Gallia held St Louis to four hits.
Washington won1 on Eddie Foster's
triple off Weilman.
Cleveland knocked Shore out of
the boxi but couldn't beat Boston.
Speaker got two hits and Walker,
who took his place in Boston, three.
A fluke hit by Barry won the game in
Toney . pitched fine ball to beat
Brooklyn. Larry Cheney was upset
by errors. Toney pitched the entire
game, but Smith replaced Cheney.
Cards got only five hits, but four
were for extra bases, and each count
ed a run. Ames was effective in the
pinches.. Jack Smith, a Chicago boy,
beat the Phils with a homer and a
Perritt and Stroud stopped Pirates
with three hits and the batting of
Dooin and Robertson copped fob New
York. Kauff got two hits.
Fame is an unstable, commodity.
Marty O'Toole, one-time $22,500
beauty, has been released to. Omaha
Norjh Division 12, Schurz 2. .
Senn 15, Lake View 3.
Lane 8, St Stanislaus 4.
Loyola 11, St Ignatius 5.
.Bitter Root Kid is doing all his
training for Ever Hammer at night,
and the handlers of the fellow with
the peculiar monaker'aver he will
have a surprise, for the Swede when
they meet in Kenosha Monday night.
Hammer is working out at the Ar
cade, and does not appear to be wor
ried by the claims of the Montana
Mrs. Barbara Stoney, 4625 S. Pau
lina, visited stockyards with small
children Baby wrapped in red blan-,
ket Bull charged blanket Mrs.
Stoney thrown against fence. Badly1
bruised before rescued by men.
THEY SAY ELSIE JANIS IS TO
WED, BUT ELSIE DENIES IT!
New York. Elsie Janis and,. Basil
Hallam are going to marry, every
body on Broadway says:
Elsie Janis isn't going .to do any
thing of-the kind, Elsie says.
And as for Basil well, he's in the
British trenches somewhere in
The dainty actress receives whole
wads of letters from Basil and they
do say the mail outbound from the
Janis menage is equally voluminous.
Hallam is an actor when not at war.
Lake st bridge will be closed to
wagon traffic until paving of ap
proach from Franklin st is finished.