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bf the exhibition games. Against
Texas clubs in two games he
knocked six hits, and three of them
j were stinging liners for extra bases.
" Hap was a star in 1916, but the ex
perience he gained last season should
make him an even better performer
. In the coming season.
Fort Worth downed the" seconds,
the first game a yannigan Hose
squad has dropped in two years. Nor
man, a local boy, was hit hard by the
minor leaguers and also had a wild
In a game at Hot Springs, Ark.,
Brooklyn beat the Boston Red Sox,
7 to 2, slamming Carl Mays. Walker
of Boston hit a homer, and Fabrique,
a rookie shortstop, poled four hits
for the Dodgers.
Swedish Americans defeated the
Bricklayers' soccer team, 4 to 3, in
a sensational game at Brickies'
field. Brickies scored three times in
last 15 minutes of play, but were un
able to put over the tieing goal.
Charley Langmaier gathered tha
coin in the Union Printers' bowling
tourney at the Randolph alleys. He
was high in the all-events, knocked
578 for second prize in the singles,
and teamed with Andy Berman for
second placS in the doubles with
1,111 pins. Eddie Pierce was high in
singles with 582, including a 244
score, and Haynes and Breese were
high in doubles with 1,154.
Ben and Nick Budinger of Chica
go, who toppled 1,312 pins in the A.
B. C. bowling tournament at Grand
Rapids Saturday night for a new
doubles record, saw their glory fade
in short order before an attack by
Frank McCaughan and Henry
Beachey of Indianapolis, who raised
the record to 1,314. High scores
The White Sox in military drill, using ball bats as rifles. Leading tne
squad is Eddie Collins, the star second baseman. Jim Scott is on the