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tTE Mbgrtdger a 5of " fefaedfl, both
being infield singles.
Dave Danforth-is having as, much
trouble in tbe east as he did in the
.west with his peculiar style of de
livery. His method of rubbing the
ball on his bloomers and a decep
tive balk motion to first base are
both arousing roars from opposing
- managers. x
Hughey Jennings and Fielder
Jones made the greatest kicks here
and, the Yanks protested yesterday.
Umpire Bill Dineen took two of the
balk; Dave; had used and put them
in his pocket, presumably with the
intention of sending them to Ban
Jotinson for examination.
-' Ban watched Dave in action here
. in the South Side and said he could
see nothing illegal in hie modeof
heaving. Rowland should Immedi-
- ately ask for a ruling on Danforth's
pitching, us the southpaw, will never
; be, valuable so long as he is uncer-
tain as to what steps the umpires
' will take with him.
-Sox go to Boston today and will
have to face a couple of good south
paws'. If the Hose are no more effecr
tive than they were against Cnllop
and Mogridge . the prospects &re
Coumbe beat his old pals, Boston,
Cleveland's five hits off Pennock be
ing enough. ' u
. Harper was wild but unhittable and
beat St Louis. Judge's triple off
Parks -was a factor in the. Washing
Twentyjfive passes in the Tiger
Mack game ran the total of free tick
ets up to 85 for four gardes, a. big
.league record. Tigers poled 17 hits
off two Mack pitchers, while Jennings
used four boxmen to win. James
passed ten in five innings. Mack had
20 left on base and Tigers 16. . '
:Niehoff singled with bases filled in
tenth, enabling Phillies to down the
Garde. Alexander had to save Mayer
' a'nd Rixey,'
Mathewson pttchfd six good in
nings, against Pirates, but failed to go ,
the route. Fletcher made three er
rors in one innings for all, Pittsburgh
runs. Kauff and Fletcher hit Ma
maux for a Giant win.
Hannibal of the Three-Eyes league
has returned Pitcher Malcolm Galvin
to the White So. .
Illinois'-swamped Chicago vin dual
track meet, $0 2-3 to 441-3. DlsT
mond, Stout and tBrodie were the
only Maroons to win firsts. Husted
scored three firsts for the Hlini.
Mike Collins and Fred Fulton are
said to be trailing Jess Willard, and
Collins is. wjlling to promote the
fight He offers Willard $27,500 to
meet the Rochester Giant July 4, in
Hudson, Wis. As Willard -is filling a
circus contract, there is little chance
Collins will becalled upon to show
Indiana 2, Northwestern 0.
Harrison 10, Crane 0.
Wendell Phillips 10, Tilden 2.
Englewood 15, JWedill 3. .
St Patrick 8, St Rita 7.
Holy Trinity 7, Bancrof t 0.
Arnold 19, Latin 5f
brewers: Protective ass'n
wants less saloons in chi.
The Chicago Brewers Protective
ass'n wants number of Chicago sa
loons reduced. '
In a 72-page dpcument which it
today presented to the Chicago com
mission on the liquor problem, the
brewers came out for less saloons
and for elimination of cabarets, and
criticised Mayor Thompson for re
storing saloon licenses which had
be,en revoked for grave cause.
The brewers advised that saloon
keepers should keep their places
straight or ejse be forced out of busi
ness. They prevailed against arti
ficial stimulation of retail liquor
trade, questionable forms of enter
tainment, stalls, "snugs," floor
screens and the like. A plea was, en
tered for better sanitation in saloons,