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the teams take the field. He is long
suffering, but he Is not a boxing fan
and will not remain a boob forever.
Amateur baseball is a pretty good
sport. Players and magnates should
not lose sight of that.
- Manager Clarence Rowland of the
White Sox is going east to the Amer
cina league meeting in New York.
Ax "While in the big city Clarence will
talk trades to any one who will lis
ten, and will be especially persua
sive to any fellbw owning an excess
It is reported that Clarence would
like to have Dick Hoblitzell, George
Sisler or Stuffy Mclnniss. Why Clar
ence should want Stuffy is more than
we can understand. We have a dis
tinct recollection of one of our local
experts declaring last summer that
Jack Ness was at least the equal
if not the superior qf Mr. Mack's
Rowland and Comiskey realize as
well as any one that a first baseman
is a necessity to a pennant winning
team on the South Side. Chances
for separating a first baseman from
a big league club are remote, for the
supply is not up to the demand.
But don't forget Fred McMullin, a
fellow looked on as a third baseman.
Put that bird on first base in a Sox
uniform and the team will be made.
He will hit around .280 and field up
to standard. McMullin has brains
and knows what to do with a base
ball when he gets his hands on it
Purdue went into first place -in the
Conference basketball race by de
feating Chicago, 16 to 13.
Ben Reuben, Hebrew Institute
wrestler, meets Mike Yokel, middle
weight champion, on the mat at the
Virginia theater tonight.
40 Max Flack has signed a Cub con-
tract, says President Weeghman.
'Tain't so, says Flack. Take your
Calumets went into the lead in the
Chicago Ice Hockey ass'n by defeat
ing Shamrocks, 5 to 0.
Tony Kariicek reduced the lead of
Jimmy Blouin in their bowling match
at Hovorka's alleys, knocking 2,090
pins in ten games to 2,065 for his op
ponent In the twenty games s6 far
rolled Blouin has a lead of 240 pins.
Dave Danvenport, St Louis Brown
pitcher, was seriously injured by the
accidental discharge of a rifle at his
home in Runge, Tex., and is in a hos
pital. The bullet entered his chest
C. Butler Sutton counted 454
pofnts to 400 for Welker Cochran in
their 18-2 billiard match at Musseys.
Cochran now leads by 34 points.
Lake Forest 37, Armour 16.
Welels Panthers 17, Marcy Cen. 16.
Heb. Institute 29, Palmer Park 11.
Mezereons 40, Eckhart Park 15.
Lane 9, Marshall 3.
Senn 8, Schurz 5.
Bowen 29, Calumet 6.
Harrison 26, Crane 10.
Waller 22, Lake View 14. '
Calumet 17, Hyde Park 11.
Phillips 20, Parker 8.
Englewood 19, Tilden 5.
Marshall- 46, Austin 3.
Lane 15, Marshall 8.
Waller 11, Lake View 8.
Schurz 13, Senn 7.
Englewood 20, Tilden 'l5.
Phillips 20, Parker 13.
Hyde Park 37, Calumet 5.
Crane 25, Harrison 10.
MEDICAL SOCIETY IS HIT
The Chicago Medical society
scents rivalry in the field. Accord
ingly, they have taken it upon them
selves to launch an investigation of
the Chicago Health society, 633 Ply
mouth ct, said to "have a member
ship of 1,500. It is said the society
guarantees medical or surgical serv
ice free for two years to all its members.
London. The Northcliffe newspa
pers have begun criticism of Premier