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bles and Speaker a single. Ty is
away in front
Walter Johnson held Mackmen to
three hits, fanning 11.
Detroit had the largest opening
day crowd of the American league,
28,884. A total of 71,884 saw the
four games, Philadelphia being Tow
Cincinnati led the National league
in attendance with 25,000. Total for
the three games was 53,000, Brook--lyn
being low with 8,000.
-Homers by Luderus and Cravath
, gave Phils victory over Dodgers.
Alexander was hit hard.
Schneider stopped Cards with four
hits. Matty's Reds played real ball.
Shaw Taxi 11, Maroons 6.
Senn 7, Marshall 0.
Morton 9, McKiuley 2.
St. Patrick 7, Lake View 6.
La Grange 3, New Trier 2.
A. C. Weigierski has been appoint
ed athletic director of Mystic A. C.
LOOKS LIKE CAPITAIN WILL
Reports from city council slate
makers at St. Augustine, Fla., indi
cate that Aid. H. D. Capitain is going
to hold down his job as chairman of
the local transportation committee
in spite of complaints of public
spirited citizens that he more faith
fully represents the wishes of the
street car hogs-than the people who
elected him. v
The street car companies have
been doing some strong hustling in
the past month to hold him in this
FAIRNESS OF ANTI-INJC. BILL
RECOGNIZED IN SENATE
Springfield, April 12. Senate ju
diciary committee by 12 to 4 vote has
approved the anti-injunction bill in
troduced at the request of organized
labor. It provides that no restrain
ing order shall be granted in strikes
except to prevent irreparable injury
to property and that jiersons shall
not be prohibited by injunction from
striking or boycotting. Bill was bit
terly opposed by employers.
Buck state civil service-bill passed
in senate by 30-19 vote. '
House passed bin" prohibiting re
production by movie, play, sketch or
lithograph of a lynching. Now goes
IF THEY NAME ONE, WHY NOT
NAME ALL CONCERNED?
While the police have been careful
to cover up the names of the "re
spectable married men" who took
Meda Yerion on. her last joyride just
a short while before her mutilated
and outraged body was found on an
ash heap in an alley off 31st street
and Cottage Grove av., they did not
hesitate to hand the papers the name
of Ernest Holschelaker with a mur
der stain attached when he was ar
The evidence against the man is
that a taxi driver says he saw a man
who looked like him walking around
31st and Cottage Grove av. on the
evening of the murder. Holschelak
er, who lives at 218 E. 41st St., pro
duced friends who declared that he
was not in the neighborhood the
night of the slaying.
Then federal agents were directed
toraid Holschlaker's home in hopes
that thoy might And something
which would bolster up a "spy case"
against him. Again they failed, but
the police are still holding him.
WILD TO TALK ON "OVER THE
TRENCHES IN AEROPLANE!
Capt Horace Bv Wild, American
aeronaut, lectures tqnight on "Over
the Trenches in an Aeroplane" at
Logan Square auditorium, Logan
and Kedzie blvds., under auspices of
Northwest Side Preparedness so
ciety. Mr. Wild recently returned from
"the war zone. He was sent on a dip
lomatic mission". His lecture is illus
trated. Boy scouts in uniform ad