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cut High, left fielder, who is playing
a fine game, wrenched an angle in
the second game. He may be out for
some time. Russell, one of Donovan's
new pitchers, held the Browns to four
hits. Magee and Mullen slammed
Red Sox outbatted Tigers twice
and took two. Hoblitzel banged five
hits for the day. Cobb got two.
Indians were handed nine passes
and made a dozen hits. Graney poled
a homer. Witt of Macks made three
errors and slammed two triples. Mc
Innis returned to the game at first
When the thermometer is flirting
with the 98 mark, ballplayers are in
favor of compulsory bathing.
Fans in Cincinnati are getting
. ready to welcome Matty. They are
tuning up ftieir trusty sledges for a
stellar recital of the Anvil Chorus.
Mike McDermott, I. A. C, lowered
his own record in the 220-yard
breast stroke swim at Put-m-Bay, 0.,
covering the distance in 2:45 1-5.
Officials of the Illinois Jockey club
will meet today to tackle the betting
problem which has caused such a
storm of protest from the reformers.
The wise members of the club realize
a crusade on the part of the reform
ers and the newspaper at this time,
when racing is on trial, will kill the
game for all time in Chicago.
It is evident that some one is "kill
ing it" at Hawthorne. The "book
ies" are going it too strong. The
jockey club is worried about it and
it is believed they will make a sin
cere effort to drive out the gang that
would sacrifice racing in Chicago in
order to satisfy the pocketbook.
Another good card was run off yes
terday. The big surprise of all was
the great race put up by old Haw
thorn, when he came back to life
long enough to take the Iron Mask
Memorial handicap from Uncle Hart
High Horse added to the laurels he
won Monday by winning a great race
in the sixth. His time, 2:02, lowered ,
the track record held by Hermencia
by one-fifth of a second. Hack, the
pigmy jockey, showed good judgment
in handling High Horse.
The fifth was also a great race,
with Bonanza showing the way, only
to wear himself out in the stretch.
Olga Star then copped a "garrison
finish" from Star of Lovfe Floral
Park, the choice of the wise birds,
ran in a disappointing manner and
finished fourth in the field pf five.
Seventeen horses arrived from Tia
Juana yesterday. More are expected
from the east today.
First Race Selling; 2-year-olds;
5y2 furlongs: Tuck, 105; Meelogene,
105; Salzora, 110; Lycia, 110; Jovial,
110; Signoret, 110; Illinois Lad, 110.
Second Race Selling, 3-year-olds,
6 furlongs: Intention, 100; Lena
Jackson, 100; Lady Mildred, 100;
Romana, 100; Dash, 100; Burcham,
102; Lachis, 105; Little Gink, 107; E.
F. Albee, 107.
Third Race--Youngster handicap,
2-year-olds, 5$. furlongs: High Gear,
105; 'James, 105; January, 105;
Fourth Race Selling, 3-year-olds,
6 furlongs: Cardome, 100; Shine,
106; Black Beauty, 100; Jim Wake
ly, 102; Eddie T., 102; Billy Culbert
son, 102; Luzzi, 105; M. Bert Thur
man, 107; Jerry, 109; Alex Goetz, 110.
' Fifth Race Selling, 4-year-olds
and up, 6 furlongs: Santo, 38; Ha
Penny, 100; Miss Sly, 103; Foible,
103; Jungle, 103; Bryn, 103; Mex,
105; Milt Deatherage, 105; James
Dockery, 108; Volant, 108; Rio Bra
zos, 110; Brookfield, 110; Langhorne,
110; Indianola, 112; MorristownM15.
Sixth Race Selling, 3-year-olds
and up; one mile and 70 yards: Do
rama, 91; Louise Green, 91; Ralph
S., 98; Last Chance, 98; Virledot, 104
Geo. Roescfi, 104; Chas. Francis, 104
Marjorie D., 104; Smuggler, 104
Fleuron IL, 106; Fellowman, 108
Roy, 108; Harwood, 108; Shrews
James and January Williams ent