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The Frenchman allowed seven hits,
three of them being bunched in the swollen frame.. Klawitter, a former Tiger, worked for Sacramento and also allowed seven hits, indicating the Sox are in mid-season form. The only encour aging circumstanceswa& that Bodie, Collins and Chappell, the outfielders, all managed to connect with the ball. The second team went on a batting drunk and rolled up 17 hits against Los Angeles, winning 12 to 8. Rus sell Blackburne shone brilliantly with two doubles and a triple and five swell fielding efforts. Quarders and Wolf gang, the recruit pitchers, suffered some hard knocks. Spike Kelly shaded Lee Barrett in ten rounds at Madison last night. Johnny Evers was yesterday given a check for $25,000 as a bonus for signing with the Boston Braves. Northwestern defeated Chicago, 44 1-3 to 41 2-3 in a dual track meet at Evanston last night. The Purple won the relay, which decided the meet. Osborn of "Northwestern won the quarter and half mile arid pulled his team to the front in. the relay. Carl Morris knocked out Jack Fleming in two rounds at Joplin, Mo., last night. o o TOOK THAT ALONG T By Fullerton. Apropos of Cy Falkenberg jump ing from the Cleveland team to the Feds it is recalled that once before he jumped a contract. That was when he was with Toronto. Dick Harley was managing the team there and it was hinted to him that his elongated pitcher was going to jump. Harley approached Falkenberg about it. "Is there, nothing I can offer you to prevent it, Fred?" he asked. "No. I've made up my mind," re sponded Falkenberg. "You are sure there is nothing I can do?" asked Harley; with danger ous gentleness "Nothing' implied the pitcher firm ly. "I've made up my mind to go and I'm going. "Then take this with you," said Harley. ' ' "This" was a straight punch to the jaw that stretched Falky on the side walk after a drop of four stair steps. - o o SIMPLE LIFE BRINGS HEALTH TO JOHN L. SULLIVAN New York. For the first time in months, the one and only "John L." Sullivan came out of his Boston her mitage the other day and walked down Broadway. The days of simple life have taken away the flush that came with too convivial a life and his face is now ruddy and his eyes clear. He says he never even reads, about prizefights now and centers his -interest in 'baseball. ' SOON SATISFIED Nora, when asked for a reference, presented the following: , -"To whom it may concern: ''This is to certify that Nora Foley 1 has worked for us a week aud we are satisfied." Everybody's.