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dergast, -who, little advertised, was
a fine pitcher in 1916. He should he
even hetter with the experience he
Andrew E. Norman, one of the
prizewinners in the Tribune amateur
baseball tournament last summer,
has signed a White Sox contract and
probably will go on the training trip.
If he is not ripe for big league work
he will be given a ticket to some
Three-Eye league magnates will
play a 126-game schedule this year.
James T. Hayes, owner of the Dav
enport club, asked to be released
from the league so he could take his
franchise into the Central ass'n, but
was turned down.
Tom Gibbons, fame-gathering
brother of he redoubtable Mike,
whipped Bob Moha in ten rounds at
Milwaukee. Gibbons bettered Moha
every step of the way, excelling in
boxing and actual punching.
Ted Lewis knocked out Kid Graves
in the ninth round at New York.
Graves went down three times in the
first round, but weathered that as
sault and stuck well until the kayo
Red Dolan fought Clint Flynn to a
draw, and an engagement between
Maurice Cole and Red Cole had the
same result in a double attraction at
Young Herman, manager of Ray
Wallers, would like to know what is
ailing the welterweights. Waller is
after any of them, but claims they
are backward about meeting his
game. Herman will receive any
match for Wallers at 1725 W. 14th
pL, Canal 3570.
Richmond, Ind., hockey team is
coming to Chicago for two roller
battles, one at Dreamland Saturday
and the second at Riverview Sunday.
Paddy Harmon is getting his all
stars in shape for the double-header.
Arthur Butler has been traded to
Louisville by Los Angeles for Wade
Killifer. Both were National leaguers
White City White Sox defeated
Shamrocks in an ice hockey game,
5 to 2. Dandeno made three goals
for the victors.
Art Kruger won the three-mils
professional roller race at Dreamland
in 9:32 3-5. Drew won the three
Parker heavies 17, Tilden 12.
Marshall lights 18, Crane 5.
Waller lights 17, McKinley 10.
Lane lights 24, Lake View 4.
Harrison lights 25, Austin 9.
Medill bantams 26, McKinley 4.
De La Salle 25, St. Cyril 13.
St Rita 26, St. Patrick 6.
De Paul 63, Cheyenne 22.
Wilson Badgers 28, Wellingtons 5.
St James 35, Corn Exchange 5.
Chi. Boys' Club 29, Sacramento 12.
Oak Park lights 26, Proviso 2.
Oak Park bantams 33, Proviso 8.
Notre Dame 46, St. Viator's 26.
Purdue 28, Indiana 18.
Olympics 52, Crusaders 10.
Y. M. C. A. Col. 29, Naperville 18.
SEEK 'MISSING CASHIER WITH
The police are today seeking Fred
A. Brown on a bigamy warrant tak
en out yesterday before Judge H. C.
Moran by Bernice Carlson Brown,
rated as the second wife of the ac
cused. Attorneys also say that he
married Margaret Keenor before the
Carlson girl and Bettie Peterson
His second wife charges that
Brown ran off with $50,000 belong
ing to the A. J. Olson Dairy, 227 W.
Chicago av., where he was employed.
SWITCHMEN FIRM FOR STRIKE
Unless the railroads and Brother
hood of Railway Trainmen get to
gether within 48 hours there will be
a serious strike of switchmen. The
workers voted to go out on the local
sections of 18 roads if the companies
did not accede to their demands for
i higher wages and union, conjiitions,
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