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taking big lead. Connolly tripled with
three on to win game. Carey got
four hits off Rudolph. Wagner had
two chances to win for Pirates and
Dodgers got two more from Reds,
Reulbach and Allen Jpeing winning
pitchers. Stengel knocked a homer,
double and four singles and stole
four bases in the two games. Both
teams hit hard, Killifer and Daniels
each knocking four safeties.
Cards broke Philly winning streak,
rallying in tenth for three runs. Doak
outpitched Tincup. Wilson, Lobert
and Magee each cracked a double
and two singles.
A single, double and triple by Chap
man, and good relief pitching by
Coumbe enabled Naps to win an
other from Macks. Shawkey and
Bressler were ineffective. Murphy got
three hits for Macks.
Red Sox and Tigers see-sawed to
tie in 11 innings. Dauss and Foster
were both knocked from box. Janvrin
poled four hits for Boston. Veach
got four for Tigers, and Cobb, Bush
and Burns soaked three each.
Yanks took lead early, and Brown
checked St. Louis in late rallies.
Peckinpaugh's triple scored two for
Indianapolis bunched extra-base
hits for easy win over Buffalo. La
porte poked a homer, double and
Kay See slammed 14 hits off three
Tip Top pitchers, Packard going
route for Kaws. Chadbourne, Dele
hanty, Hofman and Holt registered
three slams each.
Crandall had good control and puz
zled Pittsburgh. Sloufeds batted well
back of him. Drake cracked a triple
and single and Tobin a double and
Harold Voss, high school footballer
of Galesburg, 111., broke his leg in
a practice scrimmage.
SHAKE-UP IN DEPT OF JUSTICE
A shake-up is expected in the Chi
cago bureau of investigation in the
department of justice.
Martin Lins, ass't sup't here, is to
go to the bureau at Cincinnati. Jas.
L. Brug, head of the Chicago bureau,
is to be transferred also.
The change is said to be the result
of a quarrel when Bruff was "car
peted" by the chief of the service to
answer charges made by Lins that
Bruff's conduct had not been too
SCREEN STAR OF FIRST SOCIETY
It was three years ago that Rose
mary Thesby secured her first pro
fessional engagement with the Vita
graph Film Co., where she remained
for two years. She is now with the
Lubin Co. and for the last ten months
has been playing leads opposite her
director, Harry Meyers.-
Surely you remember her in "The
Drug Terror," "His Wife," "Tho
Price of a Ruby," or, what is consid
ered the first society drama ever pro
duced by the Lubiu Co., "Madame