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And isn't it about time we were
hearing something about a manager
for the White Sox. Joe Tinker is prac
tically certain to succeed himself
with the" Cubs, but things; are quiet
on the South Side. Comiskey has
given no word one way or the other
about the future of Clarence Row
land. This in itself is significant, as
Commy usually comes to bat with
some kind of a statement when such
free discussion is made of his man
ager. Whether Rowland should have
another chance is a matter for indi
vidual opinion, but Commy's verdict
is the only, one that counts.
Ad Wolgast and Frankie Russell
fought a 20-round draw at New Or
leans, according to the referee.
Crescent City sport writers were of
the opinion Wolgast had won easily.
The fight was furious and Wolgast
was the aggressor.
Mike O'Dowd, St Paul, had the
better of seven out of ten rounds
against Eddie Moha at Eau Claire,
Spike Kelly outpointed and out
slugged Al Stuhley at La Salle and
was given the decision. Johnny
Ritchie defeated Kid Henman in the
Eddie Wallace had a slight shade
over Johnny Dundee in ten rounds at
Eddie Rickenbacker in a Due'sen
berg won the 150-mile race on the
Ascot speedway at Los Angeles. He
averaged 67.54 miles an hour. Coop
er in a Stutz was second and Eddie
Pullen's Mercer was third.
Notre Dame 20, Nebraska 0.
Missouri 13, Kansas 0..
' Ames 33, Drake 14
Washington 14, California 7.
Knox 7, Monmouth 7.
Wabash 13, Marquette 7. -Dubuque
27, St. Viators 9.
Penn.' 23, "Cornell 3.
n Colgate 28, Brown '
111. Wesleyan 7, State Normal 0.
Pittsburgh 31, Penn State 0.
North Caroline 7, Virginia 0.
Oregon Aggies 16, So. California 7.
Colorado Aggies 32, Colorado 14.
Denver 21, Colorado Mines 0.
Colorado college 21, Utah 6.
Western Reserve 27,. Case 6.
Washington 9, St. Louis' 0.
Hyde Park 14, Louisville Boys' High
Loyola 43, St. Ignatius 6.
Alumni 19, North Division 6.
Rensselaer (Ind.) 19, Austin 0.
Princeton 49, Wendell Phillips 0.
Mason City 75, Harrison Tech 0.
Oshkosh H. S. 13, Evanston Acad. 6.
Kenosha H. S. 13, Evanston academy
West Aurora 20, East Aurora 7.
Cornell-Ham. 7, Ev. North Ends 6.
Loyola 43, St. Ignatius 6.
Standards 0, South Ends 0..
Lightnings 14, Richmonds 0.
; Alvernos 14, Lyndale 0.'
Merrimacs 0. Stayns 0.
' Soccer Scores
Chicago 4, Illinois 0.
Englewood 2, Oak Park 1.
Lane 2, Englewood (lightw'ght) 1.
O'Connell trimmed De Soto, 10 to
5, in the Knight of Columbus Indoor
DISOWNED SON WHO MARRIED
DIES IN A FLOP HOUSE
Percy Hignett died yesterday and
it was not like the end of the book
we read or the movie we see.
Percy disobeyed his father, Gen.
Highdon Hignett of England and
Wales, and married an obscure coun
try girl. The old man disowned him,
so Perey came here to make a living
for his bride.
This is as far as the "story book"
plot goes. Percy had hard luck and
didn't prosper. He went down and
down. Yesterday they found him
dead' in "Lucky" Baldwin's mission
and flop liouse, 937 W. Randolph st. .
Five autos stolen yesterday.