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then got a job of outfielding in place
of Hap Felsch and looked like a real
ballplayer. He poled one toward
right field in the 11th that was tick
eted to win the game, but Mclnniss
tabbed with one hanaafter a great
'ump. It was the hardest hit the Sox
made all afternoon.
Liebold ought to have a job in that
Sox outfield. The present plaij is to
alternate Fournier and John Collins,
and Murphy and Hap Felsch. That
leaves Liebold, the best defensive
man of the lot, also the best lead-off
. man, without a job.
Yanks and Tigers went 16 innings
to draw. Coveleskie held Yanks hit
less in final seven frames. Shawkey
pitched fine ball after relieving Culr
Boehling and Shaw were soft for
Cleveland. Gandil and Roth batted
two hits each. Morton fanned six
and was tight in the pinches.
Johnson, Sisler and Pratt hit Leon
ard and Shore hard. Bob Groom
stopped Red Sox with four hits.
Giants bunched two singles, dou
ble and homer to chase Sallee and
beat Cards. Robertson poled a homer
and two singes. Stroud, Tesreau and
Perritt pitched for Giants.
Carey's homer off McQuillen beat
Phils. Mamaux was a good pitcher.
Chase's triple and Wingo's single
beat Braves in ninth. Ragan was
outpitched by Schulz. Wingo got
three hits for Reds.
American ass'n magnates in a busi
ness meeting here yesterday raised
the player limit to 20 men.
Evanston 4, La Grange 3.
Englewood 10, Medill 0.
Phillips 9, Tilden 1.
Marshall 6, Austin 5.
Crane 11, McKinley 7.
Purdue 4, Northwestern 2.
Holy Trinity 14, St Patrick 4.
St Cyril 5, De Paul 0.
St Philip 8. St. Rita 5.
Gus Christie fought gamely and
earned a draw with Young Ah earn
in ten rounds at Cleveland.- Early in
the battle Ahern took a big lead, but
Christie stuck to his task.
Frankie White quit in the sixth
round of his hput with Bobby Burns
at Des Moines, claiming he had been
fouled. The referee refused to allow
claim. Burns had al the best of the
Dancing masters say the old-time
dances are coming back to town.
Would seem sort of good to glide
around a slippery floor to waltz or
With a full week of rank weather
just passed, possibly "We Have Much
to Be Thankful For"
If next week turns out some real
The one main thought in the mind
of the school children VACATION.
If we had eastern time here in Chi-
cage we could go to a double-header
and still get home in time for supper?
The high cost of living hasn't re
duced the 'size of the official league
baseball, at least
Now, don't you wish you had a fat
The new palm beach suits are in
awning stripes and when mother
tires of her's Dad can put it un at
the grocery store.
If .dandelions were gold, Chicago
would be the richest city on the map.,
Silk underwear is at its best in
Outside of that display it has little
chance for the recognition it de
According to' an Italian physician,
love causes intoxication of the ner
vous centers, producing a disease
that may lead to neurasthenia, eVen
insanity. - '
French newspapers are much em
barrassed by the shortage of paper,
and editors have agreed to pool sup
plies , . .