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to last him through a game under the
strain world's series pitchers work
There is just one chance for the
Mackmen to win.
They have cinched the pennant.
and Connie will rest up Plank and
Bender and they may be on edge for
This may put a different com
plexion on the series.
I'm pulling for the Athletics, be
cause they're in the. American
League, but it sure looks like the
Giants to me.
The National Commission adopted
a rule yesterday prohibiting players
participating in any post-season ser
ies writing or signing their names to
articles describing the games in
which they play. This still leaves the
writer-authors free to snag the cash
during the regular season by signing
their names to "expert" articles writ
ten by a reporter.
George W. Gaidzik of Chicago 'Won
the English diving championship in
Frank Hoagland, one of the stars
of the Detroit motorcycle racing
team, is to retire from, the saucer
game. During the season just finish
ed Hoagland jode some sensational
races on motordromes throughout
the country. He was in. first place,
with Balke and "Writers on numbers
of points scored.
o o "
COP'S STRAY BULLET KILLS
During a running revolver fight be
tween a policeman and three hold-up
men, William Lorimer, 606 Black
hawk street, a bystander, was in
stantly killed by a stray bullet from
.the policeman's gun.
, The shooting Occurred in front of
1440 Larrabee street while Officer
tWm. Allen, Hudson avenue station,
jwas chasing the three men, who had
held up and fobbed Adolph Heim-
Jiroch. 1219 Otis street
Being desirous of sending a wire
less message of importanpe to a
Lfriend at sea, I applied 'at the office
for the dispatching of such tele
graphic epistles, old chap. On ex
plaining .the extremity of the situa
tion,, to the operative, you know, he
reassured me in the following words:
"Just a jiff and I'll play you a radio
rag that will set the sound waves do
ing the chicken dip from here to Hali
fax. Any old time you want to slip
a wad of wireless chatter through the
climate just put me jo and I'll scoot
a string of stutters along Biplane Al
ley. I'm the kid that can chip your m
initials out of the horizon witha few
wriggles of the wrist and I can 3re
a row of dots and dashes like the -stitches
in a new raglan. Watch me
splutter, kid; watch me splutter!"
" "One of the men was later caught. 1