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Yesterday it was noted that Sher
wood Magea had not made an error
all season. And right after that he
went out and fumbled a grounder in
the second game o the Boston
Pittsburgh set Tyler won first game
and pitched seven innings of second
before Pirates got to him. Farmer
of Pirates made six hits.
Brooklyn got five runs in eighth to
beat Cards. Cutshaw got three hits
and Merkle two.
Sallee won a game for Giants.
Roush hit double and single for Reds.
Los Angeles has turned down the
demand of the Cubs that Harry
Wolter be delivered at once. Frank
Chance says he will cancel the deal
rather than let the outfielder go be
fore the end of the coast season.
W. M. Johnston and Clarerjce J.
Griffin defeated Maurice McLoughlin
and Ward Dawson, three sets out of
four, in the national tennis doubles
championship at Forest Hills, N. Y.
The first round singles resulted in no
upsets, all stars coming through with
Charley White and Fred Welsh are
training diligently, we learn from the
telegrapbwire, but it's to tough to
have to pay tolls on the breath-taking
fact that the men are doing a
good bit of their boxing in a hotel
ballroom, with feminine fans taking
up most of the gallery space. In be
tween these polite affairs the boys
are doing some real training and
neither will have an alibi on the
count of lackof condition.
Joe 'Welling will have a busy time
when he meets Johnny Dundee in
ten rounds at New York tonight. Joe
is well regarded by the Gotham fans
and is conceded an even chance with
the hopping Dundee.
Bat Nelson may referee the fight
in East Chicago Labor day between
Bat Levinsky and Knockout Brown.
Brown has accepted the former
lightweight champion and the matter
is now up to the easterner.
Boys' Brotherhood -Republic ball
"akJDouglas park. TDobkins pitched, a I
tight game for the Republic boys.
The team wants games with clubs
averaging 12 years.
GOES INSANE OVER LOSS OF
MONEY IN SILVER BANK
Carl Laska, 52, 936 W. 35th pL,
went insane last night brooding over
the loss of his money in the Silver
bank. He was taken to the Town'
Hall Dolice station, hut. aftor hpnr
put in a cell, he, tore loose an iron
Dar ana neia tne ponce at bay for
hours while he destroyed the fur
niture in the celt
Greece is to enter the war next in
all probability. If the Celectial Em
pire gets into it eventually we will
have a nice Thanksgiving' outlay'
with Turkey, Greece and China.
Nowjhat straw hats have dropped
to about six bits per, the ban of
straws will probably be shortly, an
First oysters come in with the first
month with an r in it. That means
September. That r also stands for
"reading, 'riting and 'rithmetic."
It won'tjbe long until the girl on
the magazine cover, will look just as
charming with mere clohs' on. Furs
and winter coats will take the place
ot Datning suits, etc.
As gasoline-comes down, milk and
bread go up. If we can't eat we can't
' a lellow'who was watching the
building of a new plant in Chicago.
He remarked: "After all, buildings
are much like reputations so easy
to tear down; so hard to build up."
Some sense. '
Because Henry- Ford criticised
"The Battle Cry or Peace," prepared
ness movie, the producers are suing
him for $1,000,000. Oh, well, Henry
at least believes in financial preparedness.
team defeated Derby A. C, 13 to 3 J