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the club must determine. If the ath
letes are unable to do any better,
then better ones must be secured. If
the manager is unable to make them
do their best, and if the athletes are
laying down without being severely
handled, then a driver- must be found
who will use an iron hand.
The batting averages of all the
sluggers are slender affairs, and the
shrinkage grows each day. Now and
then Jackson and Ed Collins emerge
from their slumps for a. day or so,
but the uprising is not' sustained. For
Collins, it can at least be said that he
is hitting in the pinches now and
then. Felsch is also doing a bit- of
batting, 'though he has a fatal ten
dency to hit at bad balls.
AH of this is a problem for Pres
dent Comiskey and his associates.
The players are being paid by
uommy, ana ne can wont out nis owa
salvation without any of bur expert
Four hits were made o'ff Harper, a
southpaw, with seven right-handed
batters in the game, and two of them
were by Terry.
Mackmen outslugged Indians and
pushed Cleveland to second place.
Myers .was hit hardbut stuck. Fohl
used three pitchers. Walsh, Roth
and Graney hit homers.
Marsans soaked a homer and two
singles to help Browns beat Yankees.
Plank was knocked out, but Groom
saved the game. Sisler got three hits.
Walker's double in ninth enabled
Red Sox to' beat Tigers. Gregg and
Foster outpitcher Dauss, who passed
Braves bunched hits in two in
nings for eight runs. Cards scored
all runs in ninth.
Charlie White is on his way to
Cincinnati, where he meets Milburn
Saylor in ten rounds. Saylo'r is high
ly regarded in Redland; and may be
an even choice with the Chicagoan.
White will return here immediately
after the fight to prepare for his
meeting with Ritchie Mitchell in
Milwaukee, June 2.
Th? NewYo'k boxing co?-n'n has
refused to bar "Fred Welsh Tor four
months, following the ban put on the
Briton in Wisconsin. Heretofore the
two state bodies have worked in
harmony. This time the New Yorkr
ers wrote a caustic letter to the Bad
ger people, intimating they could see
nothing unsportsmanlike in the con
duct of Welsh or his manager.
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BIG CAFES LINE UP TO FIGHT
Thereto going to be an awful scrap
made by the allied cafe and' hotel
owners on the ordinance recom
mended by the judiciary committee
to prohibit any cabaret performance
in any place where liquor is sold.
The Midway Gardens, the Green
Mill, Stratford, College Inn, Hotel
Morrison, Friars' Inn, Beevee cafe
and other 'big places who will be hit
if the ordinance is passed are band
ing together for the fight.
An effort will be made to reach the
aldermen and put it up to them as a
proposition that will mean their po
The Tribune has already lined up -with
the cafe owners. In a story to
day the Trib says that the big joints
will be the only ones hit while the -little
joints alone 22d st and other
such streets will not be affected. . By
big. places the Trib means the places
"who .are sending in columns of ad
vertising to the Trib.
Aid. Buck, who introduced the or
dinance, said he realized the loop
places would be hurt, but said he
couldn't see why the council should
make any exception in their case.
Under the ordinance he says all
cabarets will be treated the same.
o o - (
Ye editor was in luck this court.
The ,grand jury let us down easily
and besides it's the first March term
of court that a "little stranger" failed
to take up at our house. For both
we are truly thankful Baker Coun
ty, ua., News.