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three singles. Leonard and Plank
were the winning pitchers.
Boehling outpitched Warhop, the
only run scoring on a double by Joe
himself. Umpires Chill and Sheri
dan were hooted bythe crowd for de
cisions made last week.
President Cilmore of the Federal
League had a confab with Ty Cobb in
Buffalo yesterday, but the executive
said he had not talked to Ty about
leaping. Gilmore went to Buffalo to
see what could be done for Hal
Nick Altrock, former Sox pitcher,
now a comedian with Washington,
was married yesterday in Baltimore
for the second time.
Louisville, 8; Columbus, 7.
Minneapolis, 7; Milwaukee, 3.
St. Paul 3; Kansas City, 4 (10 in.).
. PLAYGROUNDS GET BOOST
Playgrounds for the West Side
were given a big boost last night
when council passed an order to lease
a plot of ground on Robey street be
tween Polk and Taylor, and imme
diately begin the installation of ap
pliances to make the youngsters
The playground will have a front
age of 250 feet on Robey street and
a depth of 125 feet. It is leased from
the Potter Palmer estate for five
years at a rental of $1 per year.
Aid. Healy of the 18th Ward had
the order passed. His ward has been
allowed $5,000 for playgrounds.
SUFFRAGETS SLIP ONE OVER
London, June 30. Two suffragets
cleverly fooled servants at the home
of Premier Asquith and were admit
ted. The woman made known their
sympathies as soon as they were in
the hall and the police were sum
moned. One, who had come prepared
with a chain and lock, was in the: act
of locking herself to the door when
the police arrived. Both were arrested.
ATTRACTIVE WOMAN LEAVES
CAPITAL TO REST
Monmouth Beach, N J. Mrs.
Thomas Godney Patton, wife of the
congressman from New York city,
has already left-Washington and is
awaiting the adjournment of con
gress at Monmquth Beach, N, J.
Mrs. Patton is one of the most at
tractive women in the New York
delegation at Washington, where she
has made a host of friends during the
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Teacher Now, Willie, mention
one of the customs at Christmas time;
Pupil Running in debt. Life.
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