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Public Parka Golf ass'n team cham
pionship series at Marquette.
Two former city champions, Wil
liam Rautenbush and Murray Dem
ing, furnished the feature match, the
former player, who represeented
Garfield, winning three points and
setting a new record of 73 for the
course. The previous record was
held by Deming at 74, and he might
have tied Rautenbush but for a sty
mie at the thirteenth hole.
Jockey Raymond Hack, the little
pilot who was thrown when Just Red
fell at Hawthorne Saturday, was op
erated on yesterday at the St An
thony de Padua hospital. Dr. W. S.
Harvey, who took care of the jockey,
afterward declared the little fellow
has a good chance of recovering,
provided he can survive the shock of
Races in which two" girls will try
for new records will feature the
swimming meet in the New Trier
High school natatorium Friday night.
Swimmers developed by Coach C. A.
Hyatt during the summer school
term and grammar and prep school
contestants will compete in other
races. Several events are scheduled
Miss Helen Safford, a 13-year-old
Glencoe miss, and a pupil of Coach
Hyatt, will compete against Miss Jac
queline Thompson, a 14-year Evans
tonian instructed bv Coach Tom Rob
inson of Northwestern, in an effort
to set new girls' records for 20 and
40 yards free style.
Pity the poor baseball slave!
Alas for Chris Mathewson!
After 16 years of honorable service
with the Giants the Old Master has
been reduced to the beggarly exis
tence of managing the Cincinnati
Is Matty fixed for the winter?
Broadway has heard that he will
knock out a mere $20,000 per annum
as boss of the Reds. This, plus the
fact that he is reputed to be the rich
est ballplayer in the profession, would
indicate that Chris and his folks I
oughta enjoy their meat and
toes regularly for some time.
During eight consecutive sea
with McGraw's machine Matty dre
$12,000, and from 1904 to 1908
paid $8,000 a year. In addition
this and his bits from world's series,
the big blond has reaped a golder
harvest from vaudeville, newspap
work, real estate and insurance
is not a spendthrift and has no vices
It is said that he is worth $150,00031
Surely his salary wing has
his best friend!
Benny Leonard swims with
shoes on. He doesn't want
blooming, shark to come alo
cut ms ieet. ,
Give a dying National league
pire his final wish and chances'
it would be that Johnny Evers
get the lockjaw.
WHAT DID SHE MEAN?
Miss Bright (to her small brother)
Willie, put Mr. Borleigh's hat
down; you might damage it be
sides he will want it in a few minutes.
KING FOR THE SEASON