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PRINCESS "PAT" TO BE FIRST
WICERINE UNDER HOME RULE
London, England. Because her
mother, Duchess of Connaught, is an
invalid, Princess Patricia, loveliest
and most popular of English
princesses, will act as the vicerine
of Ireland when, the Duke of Con-
naught becomes viceroy of Ireland
under the home rule.
When the duke was governor gen
eral of Canada, Princess "Pat" fre
quently acted as official hostess at
parliament house, so she has had
ample training for the important
position she may be soon called upon
FEDERAL LEAGUE WINS VERY
Buffalo, N. Y., July 21. Hal Chase,
stellar first baseman, formerly of the
Chicago White Sox, is free to play
baseball with the Federal League.
Justice Herbert P. Bissell in Su
preme Court today granted the mo
tion to vacate the temporary injunc
tion obtained by organized baseball to
stop Chase from playing with the
Lack of mutual obligation in
Chase's contract with the Chicago
team was the basis for the court's de
cision quashing the injunction. The
lareer Question for alleged violation
of the Sherman anti-trust law was
denied by Justice Bissell, although
the court held organized baseball to
be a monopoly of the baseball busi
ness in contravention of the commou
Federal League owners and a num
ber of players, including Chase, were
in court. They expressed great sat
isfaction with the ruling.
Attorney John W. Ryan, represent
ing the Chicago White Sox, stated
later that an appeal in the case had
as yet not been considered.
BITS OF NEWS " "
Madison, Wis. Griffin Jones, Chi
cago, drowned. Body not recovered.
New York. Miss Mary L. Vincent,
Newark schoolteacher, stood guard
over burglar with razor in her hand
for half an hour while she waited for
London. Rat plague so serious
Newport (Isle of Wight) council of
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