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North Side, -which is the only thing
that interests u& here. St. Louis,
Pittsburgh and Philadelphia can do
as they please.
Joe Tinker is about to land on his
feet, as usual. Affairs are shaping
themselves for the ex-Cub boss to
go to Columbus in the American
ass'n. Joe will be' manager and may
acquire control of the clubbecoming
president. He has. made money
during his career in baseball and un
doubtedly hasth coin on his own
hook to swing the deal. If he needs
' any he can secure it from Cub stock
holders, and the A. A. club will be
used as a farm.
Joe Stecher is suffering from neu
ritis and will take a rest from the
wrestling game for three months. He
.claims to have received an injury in
his match here":with Charlie Cutler.
Gunboat Smith had the better of
Frank, Moran in ten rounds at New
York. Moran was overweight and
slow. Smith hit him frequently, but
had no power in his wallops.
George Chaney knocked out Al
Britt in-the first round at Baltimore.
Jimmy Wilde, English flyweight
champion, knocked out Zulu Kid of
New York in 11th round at London.
St Ignatius 11; Marshall 8.
Lane 14, Harrison 4.
Morton 26, Austin 9.
De La' Salle 32, Avondale" 28.
Sterling A. C. 21, Forestville 15.
Cuyler Mission 24, Bethany 21;
Wells Pk. Panthers, Eck't Pk. 16.,
-Stayms 35, Father Setters 8.
Illinois 38, Millikin 16.
The characteristic grip of Tris
Speaker, world's greatest batter.
This grip, a great pair of eyes and
keen judgment beat Ty Cobb out of
leadership in swatdom for the first
time in ten years.
A ferry boat that transports auto
mobiles across a river in Washington
is operated by jacking up the rear
wheels of a car and connecting them
by belts to machinery that drives
,the boat's paddle wheels and propeller..