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catching 51 games for Brooklyn and
New York, had no passed balls.
First Basemen Merkle, with New
York, 35 consecutive errorless
games; Hoelke, 1 emir, 345 chances
Second Basemen Betzel, St.
Louis, run of 22 errorless., games;
Louden, 21, and Doyle, 19. -
Third Basemen Hornsby, 24 con
secutive games without" misplay;
Mowrey two stretches of 21 games
each without error; Stock also 21.
Shortstops Fletcher, one stretch
of 15 errorless games and another of
14; Herzog, 11 games, and James
Smith, Pittsburgh, 11 games. N
Outfielders Sherwood Magee, 82
games without error; Fred Williams,
109 games with but one misplay, and
Flack, 97 with one.
Football Scores. ,
Evanston North Ends 41, Rock
Merrimacs 13, South Ends 0.
. Cornell Hamburgs 20, Beloit 7.
Stewarts 20, Opal A. C. 0. '
Cornell" A. C. 48, Lexington 14.
Alpines 20. Racine Cardinals 0.
Alvernos 12, Elcayas-Westons 0.
Kenmore 41, S,axets 0.
East Chicago Gophers 53, Wallace
Wells Park 7, Silent A. C. 0.
Joliet 3, Slavia 1.
McDuffs 2, Pullman 0.
Bricklayers 4, Hyde Park Blues 0.
Campbell Rovers 1, Corinthians 0.
Harvey 5, Hawthorne St. George 1.
Columbias 4, Washington Park 1.
Lincoln Park 2, Fram 0.
Calumet 6, Int. Harvesters 0.
Lake Forest 2, Palmer Park 1.
Olympia 6, Swedish II. 2.
echie 2. Chicago Hungarians 1.
Primrose 2, Conroy Colts 2. "
Rangers 17, Fram IL 0. -Union
2, Praha 0.
Hennepin 4, Central Turners 3.
Perez 2, Marquette 2.
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Gov.-elect Lowden wants spring
primary in 1917 for U. S. senator..
1 MAN SAID TO BE BUTCHER
BURGLAR KILLED BY OFFICER
A butcher by . day and a burglar
by nightris the police description of
Angelo Gammato, 2216 Wentworth.
He was killed early yesterday when
Policeman Errgang of Forest Park
found him carting away $3,000 worth
of merchandise from the. Forest Park
Style Shopj 7337 W. Madison st, in
his market delivery wagon. The po
liceman shot him twice.
His wife says she didn't know of
his night work, but the police ques
tioned her today thinking she might
be able to tell the name of Gamma
to's companion who escaped the, gun
of the policeman.
HALL FULL ANDBIG OVERFLOW
HEAR BRYAN ON PROHIBITION
i An audience that packed Orches
tra hall and a crowd of 10,000 that
gathered outside the building heard
William Jennings Bryan, the Com
moner, talk on prohibition last night
He spoke at the Invitation of the
Sunday Evening club.
He talked of nine false gods gold,
fashlonr ease, fame, intellect, travel,
chance, passion and drink. Drink is
the worst, he said.
Beyond repeating that he would
try to put a dry plank in the Demo
cratic platform he refused to talk
ANYBODY SEEN "DODO"? ,
Another dog was missing yester
day. But it was only Louise Duval,
11, of 4715 Calumet av., who lost the
canine this time, so the Tribune did
not say a word about it today.
You know, when Eddie Hillman,
-State street department store plute,
lose shis purp the Trib gets het up
about it Says the police are after
it and everything.
Miss Duval "feels prety bad about
the way "Dodo" has acted. So if you
see the naughty thing, spank him
good and send him home. He's a lit
tle white toy poodle.