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ihe Yanks. In first game they
whaled Caldwell, Davis and War
hop for 23 hits good for 35 bases.
In the sixth inning 14 Ath
letics batted, their contributions
being five singles, two doubles
and two triples. Two errors by
the Yanks and a couple of passes
boosted Macks to ten runs for the
, Jack Barry stung a triple and
Jhree singles and Baker paddled
two singles, a double and triple.
Maggert, Collins and Lapp each
hit safely three times.
i Carl Brown breezed for Ath
letics, giving Yanks nine hits and
' In second battle Blank and
Fisher hooked up in a pitching
duel; but Macks bunched hits in
third and won.
Tommy McMillan of Yanks
ridded two hits each game, lead
ing his team.
Yesterday's double victory
shoved Athletics into second
place over Washington.
, Major league ball players have
formally launched their new pro
tective organization, known as
the National and American Lea-
fue Baseball Fraternity. Dave
liltz is president of the organiza
tion, which is incorporated
: The players want to bo-tepre-scnted
on the national'comrais
t Bill James, pitcher for Seattle,
with a record of 17 straight wins,
has been signed by the Boston
r Young Griffo and Jack McAu
Jpffe yvfit jieyer out o the game
because they injured their arms
"cranking an auto'
Chick Evans and Warren K.
Wood,. Chicago hopes, -both sur
vived play in the national golf
championship. They are match
ed together today, and one will
meet Jerome Travers or Hamil
ton Kerr, the other survivors in
the finals tomorrow.
Hunter, the only Englishman
left in the tournament after the
elimination of Hilton, was forced
to forfeit his match tor Wood be
cause he was prostrated by the
Steamed Meat Pudding.
Required One pound of steak
mince, half a pound of smoked
ham, one cup of breadcrumbs, one
egg, one" cup of sweet milk, a lit
tle pepper and salt. Chop the
ham into small pieces. Mix the
ham, steak and breadcrumbs td
gether, then add pepper and salt
Beat the egg in a breakfast cup
and fill up with the sweet milk,
and pour it into the other ingred
ients. Mix all well together. Put
into a pudding dish and cover
with greased paper. Let it boil in
u pan of water to cover it for two
hours. This makes a delicious
meat for tea.
The Customer (trying phono
graph) There is something
wrong with these grand opera
records. There's a horrible racket
in each one that spoils the effect
of the music.
The Demonstrator Ah', yes.
One of our latest effects. That's
the conversation in the boxes.
Wonderfully realistic I