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but Joe will give him a chance to ty-thre star pilots of the American
show something during the series
with Indianapolis, which opens dn the
North Side tomorrow. Four games
will be played in three days, a double
header being scheduled for Saturday,
Buck Weaver1 called on Tinker in
Sew York, and brought Russell
Blackburne along. None of the ath
letes would discuss the meeting, but
f it is known. Blackburne is not pleased
over being benched by the Sox boss.
Washington is safe in first place.
Three Detroit pitcher? were pounded,'
Shanks getting a homer with one on.
, " Ayers had the Tigers going, High and
Moriarity being the only ones to find
him consistently. Six Tigers fanned.
Joe Wood pitched his first full
game, and .got away with it, though
, the Naps threatened him In. thq latter
stages. Clevelandgot eight hits'. Bir-
. mingfyain used H&german. and Steen.
Speaker got a double and two singles.
"-"The Athletic-Brown game was
halted by rainjn the sixth when the
Mackmen had'to' on and "one out
fi&'th Shawkey and Weilman were
(s pitching fine ball.
Five pitchers were hammered in,
- the Philly-Red-game, but Hefzog's
crew did thehest bunching. Groh and
' L Paskert each got three ,his.
Mafanville knocked a homer fn the
second inning with the bases, load
ed, starting the Braves to victory.
Huggins-used 16. players. Bvers got
two singles. Wingo made. two. singles
apd. a double. Rudop"h kept a dozen
j Card hits well scattered.
.Ed Reulbach is reported to be dick
ering with the Feds, along with Ait-
chison, another Dqdger pitcher.
BREAKS SPEED RECORD
Indianapolis, Ind., May-28 Geor-
ges BoilloJ Freach driver pf the Peu
geot car, broke the speedway lap rec
"ord yesterday. Averaging 100 miles
an hour, Boillot made he lap n
' 1:30:13. This is- the fourth time that
the speedway lap record has been
lowered in "two days.
Seven European drivers and twen
colony will clash, at Indianapolis in
the annual Memorial day 500-milor
race as a result of the elimination
Not one of ihe invaders failed td
cBmb into the oharmed circle, while
fifteen of the men. piloting the cars
under the Stars and Stripes fell by
the wayside. '
For many days it was thought! Da.
Palma, who is carrying the colors at
the Chicago. Automobile Club, would
not be able to crawl under the mark,
hut he took a chance on injuring Ms.
. "mount" and flashed, under the wire
with a fast enough time to his credit
to- plafceiiim-among. the elite. k
One -of the surprises was the elim
ination of the foreign, car, Isetta,
piloted by an American by the name
Following are the carsr drivers and
time . they made in the . qualifying
round on the 2-mile track; i
Paageot; Bolllot, 1:30.17; Peugeot,
Goux, 1:31.71; Maxwell, TefcgJaff
1:33.40; XeJager Themas.. 1:35.40:
Ma'rmon, Dawson, 1:36.20; Maxwell,
Carlson, 1:36-40; Mercer, Bragg,
1:36.80;; fiercer, Wishart, 1;3T.1A?
Bxeelsior, Christiaens, 1:38.67; Gray
Fox, Wilcox, 1:394-6; StiU ..Ander
son, 1:39.46; Burman, Burman,
1:3S.T55; Peugeot, Duray, 1:49.0.0;
Keeton, Knipperf 1:40.48; Duasefc
berg, 'Haupt, 1:4Dl6S; Dolagej Guyot,
1:40.95; Sunb ,am, Chasgoghe,,
b-AltSU Mercedes; Mulford, l's42.$;
Ij-Dusenberg, Richenbacher, 1:42.11;
Mercedesr De Palma, 1:42.12; Stutz,
Cooper,- 1:2.25; Ray,r Bjock;
l:4&.47,Bugattf, Erederich, l;42.5fi;
Braender, Chandler. 1:42.81J "State?.
Qldfield, , 1-S43.15; Masonr-Massn,
Mason, - :33.32; "Beayer Bullet;
Kenne, 1:43.60; King, Klein, 1.-43.6&J
Burman, rDisbrbw, 1:43779; Sun
beam, Grant, 1:44.09.
o o ,
,AlHna Limkins fatally burned when
grease pan overturned, at Jacobson's
restaurant,. 13&&.E, 47th st Thsea
others injured. ' N