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game, thereby saving the real pitch
ers for the strong teams.
Macks equaled losing record set by
Boston in 1906, dropping 20th
straight to Detroit. Cobb knocked
four hits and Veach three. -
Cleveland hammerea Russell.
Chapman scored from third on a fly
bafl to Gedeon, Yank second base
man. Speaker and Graney hit sin
gles and triples and Roth and Chap
man doubles and triples.
Rixey held Reds to five hits and
Red errors made Philly win easily.
Chase poled two doubles.
Ever Hammer, Chicago light
weight, won in the eighth round at
Boston from Shamus O'Brien on a
foul. But Hammer didn't need the
foul. He had the easterner decisive
ly whipped from the first bell, and
O'Brien was in a bad way
Murray Deming of Marquette had
low qualifying -score for the city
amateur golf championship; taking
145 for the 36 holes. C. P. Kinnu-
can of Bowen was second with 148.
Kenneth Baldwin of Lincoln park
took 81 for his second 18 holes, kill
ing the good effects of his 70 for the
Qualifying rounds for the title
started today. Two rounds will be
played tomorrow, semi-finals Friday
and finals Saturday. '
Ward Dawson was forced to the-
limit to conquer Al Green, local rac
quet star, in the tennis tournament
at Onwentsia. Green got 'the first
set, but the Californian broke
through and took the next two,
though the final went to deuce. Ab
sence of several national stars re
sulted in many defaults, taking much
interest from the tournament.
The' National league is holding a
special meeting today to consider
the umpire situation. Percy Haugh
ton, Boston president, is believed re
rponsible for the call, but Percy may
get into trouble, as the antics of
Stalhngs and Evers will come in for
j BOTH HOUSE AND SENATE PASS
CHILD LABOR BILL
Washington; Aug. 9. The senate
late yesterday passed the child labor
bill prohibiting interstate commerce
in products of child labor, after vot
ing down every suggested amend
ment to It. The measure was
brought to a vote in the senate upon
the insistence of Pres. Wilson. It
has already passed the house.
The child labor bill prohibits ship
ment in interstate and foreign com
merce of products of all mines, quar
ries, workshops, factories, canneries,
mills or other manufacturing estab
lishments, if within 30 days before
removal of its product proscribed
labor has been employed.
Children under 16 may not work
in mines or quarries.
Children under 14 may not work in
shops, mills or factories of any kind.
Children between 14 and 16, em
ployed in any manufacturing estab
lishment or cannery, may work not
more than eight hours each day and
not more than six days in each week.
The measure will take effect within
one year after enactment
Two Pennsylvania senators and six
southern senators voted against the
LINCOLN STATE SCHOOL IS
EXONERATED BY PROBERS
Lincoln State School for Feeble
Minded was exonerated in the re
port submitted yesterday by the
committee of three appointed by
Judge Scully to investigate condi
tions. A few minor faults were
found, but the report squelches the
sensational yarn sprung by the Chi
cago American and Dr. H. J. Haisel
den. Overcrowdedness and insufficient
care of children's eyes were the
chief faults found. The committee
was composed of Mrs. Gertrude
Howe Britton, Mrs. Minnie Jacobs
Berlin and Mrs. Wm. S. Monroe.