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for $7,000, the amount he says-was
promised him for signing a contract
Kauff also says Ban Johnson and
Garry Herrmann wrote to McGraw,
urging him to sign the Federal out
fielder. Kauff adds that he was the
making of the Federal league which
should be news io Joe Tinker and a
few other athletes.
Giants rapped Chalmers for three
runs in ninth to win. Robertson got
four hits. Fromme was a puzzle.
Rudolph couldn't hold Dodgers and
Athletic pitchers dealt 14 passes
and Yankees won.sfaih 'straight
Tom Seatorrbeat Pittsburgh in the
BARNEY DRIVING CAR BUILT
BETWEEN BATTLE LINES
Barney Oldfield and the inevitable
cigar will be' -seen in the 500-mile
classic at the1 Indianapolis speedway
this year. But Barney isn't going to
drive an American gas-eater this
time. He has picked out a Bugatti
a car which is built in Alsace-Lorraine,
in territory recently recaptur
ed by the French. The car was used
on the coast without great success,
but Oldfield expects to show some
thing with it
second after Brookfeds had dropped
first game. Eight pitchers took part
in the double bill.
Baltimore finally won from Kay
See on Smith's good pitching.
Charley " Herzog, manager of the
Reds, and Umpire Rigler were fined
$5 and costs in St Louis for their
Knockout Brendan of Buffalo shad
ed K. 0. Brown of Chicago in ten
rounds at Cincinnati.
Johnny Griffiths won an easy fight
from Phil Brock in Akron, O. Griffiths
won every round and Brock was
forced to clinch continually.
. Charley White and Eddie Murphy
fight twelve rounds in Boston tonight
The Chicagoan claims to be fit
Chalmers five-man bowling team,
whiclf won championship in state
bowling tourney a year ago, rolled
into first place with a count of 2,893.
. '- o o
-"Is Windyham. still a member of
your rifle club?"
"No; we kicked him out"
"What's the mattef? Wasn't he
a good marksman?"
"Oh, yes; he was a crack shot; but
he took it all 'out in 'shooting the-bull'."