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most recalls Mathewson. He has
speed, an assortment of curves and
a change of pace. And he has a base
Wade Hoyt will not be with the
Giants until late in the season. He
will be sent to Memphis, vhere Alike
Donlin, an old Giant, will look after
him but this is not on account of
lack of ability, but because McGraw
fears his extreme youth may be a
handicap to him without another
season in the minors.
Hoyt has only been pitching ball
amateur and professional for two
years. He broke in with Erasmus
high school, Brooklyn, in April, 1915.
Glance over this record:
1915 Won three championships
in the Greater, New York amateur
leagues, winning 33 games and los
1916 Pitched for Lebanon in the
Penn State league, for Hartford and
Lynn. Pitched 30 games, winning
22 and losing 6, including two no
The wife of Walter Maranville,
Boston Brave shortstop, died yester
day at a Boston hospital.
The proposed match races for the
world's ice skating championship be
tween Oscar Mathiesen and Bobby
McLean, scheduled for St Paul to
morrow, have been canceled. The
two men could not get together over
Chris Kaad, Cheriolas, tried to set
a new record in his own league, but
was content with a 236 series, four
pins below the mark of Pete Kauf
man. The Pittsburgh Pirates went south
yesterday without Hans t Wagner.
Hans says he wants another week In
which to make up his mind whether
he will play ball this season.
In the wrestling championships of
the Central A. A. U. at the I. A. C.
last night Hohisel defeated Green
berg in the 125-pound class, Mac
Lennan defeated Hallas in the 145
pound class, and Minkley downed
Nygard in the 175-pound class. Greek ,
Olympic A. ' C. had best team total
with 12 points.
Roger Hornsby has signed his con
tract with the Cardinals, ending all
chance for the Cubs to land the in
fielder. New Trier High swimming team
defeated Evanston high, 41 to 18.
Bowen lights 19, Crane 8.
Bowen bantams 21, Medill 5.
Pvhillips heavies 25, Parker 15.
Schurz heavies 24, Waller 10.
Lane heavies 20, Crane 10.
Englewood lights 14, Calumet 0.
Mystic A. C. 34, Naperville 32.
De La Salle 24, St. Cyril 11.
De La Salle lights 15, St. Cyril 6.
St. Rita 35, St. Patrick 4.
St Rita lights 12, St. Patrick 4.
Boys' club 36, St James 6.
Wilson'Badgers 54, Bethany 10.
GIRL ACCUSES CAFE OWNER
James Grady, 3910 N. Marshfield
av., father of 14-year-old girl who
has made a serious charge against
Mark J. Cavanaugh, ow'ner- of the
Sheridan inn, and brother of Harry
J. Cavanaugh, owner of the Wood
lawn cafe, insists the law must pun
ish in full the rich cabaret owner.
Margaret Grady, after being miss
ing for two days, returned home and
told her father she had been at
tacked by Kavanaugh in the latter's
fiat at 4607 Dover st, where He main
tains bachelor apartments.- Kava
naugh's housekeeper, Mrs. Margaret
Kumm, 4617 Dover st, was arrested
on a charge of contributing to the
delinquency of a minor. Both cases
will be heard March 22.
KILLED BY FENDERLESS AUTO
Fenderless auto trucks claimed
another life last night. Chas. A.
Hagen, 4111 Van Buren, was run
down and killed at Chicago and
Harding avs. as he alighted from a
street car. The tiuck was owned
by Lorenz Co., 4540 Madison. How
ard Stonehart, driver, was arrested.