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are too precious to be trifled with.
In the Colonial it is probable he will
get plenty of exercise and may be
back on the North Side again. His
contract with the Whales calls for
$4,300 a year, and the difference be
tween this and the $200-a-month
maximum paid by the Colonial will
have to be made up by President
With Brennan goes Catcher Wag
ner. Both will be sent to Springfield,
Mass. The season in the league
opens to-morrow. Tinker will also
try to place Silk Kavanagh and Ervin
Lange in that circuit He is also
dickering for a pitcher and Infielder
with other Federal league clusb, hav
ing plenty of surplus outfield material
that is desired by his adversaries.
Doubles by. Connolly and Cowdy
scored all Brave runs. James held
Pirates to four hits.
Reds outhit Dodgers, but Pfeffer
was mystery in pinches.
Demaree was knocked off-slab by
Cards,, and Phils only made four hits
off Doak. Miller had a triple and a
Strand's triple, double and single
and Kaiserling's good pitching en
abled Newark to down Pittsburgh.
Oakes got three hits, half the Stogie
Joe Jackson will be shifted to first
base for the Cleveland Americans,
Smith going to the outfield. Birm
ingham is dissatisfied with the hit
ting of his club.
George Moore, champion, defeated
Alfred De Oro in the second block of
their match for the three-cushion
title, 50 to 42. The total for the two
nights is Moore, 100; De Oro, 91.
Lane 12, Senn 0.
Bowen 8, Curtis 7.
Calumet 7, Parker 6.
' Wisconsin 5, Chicago 3.
Illinois 5, Purdue 3.
Syracuse 9, Michigan 3.
Armour 7, Beloit 5.
' De La Salle Sox 14, St Pius 5.
St Patricks 10, St Agatha 5.
NO SPEED TOO GREAT FOR THIS
Eddie Rickenbacker, the sensation
al western driver, who is entered in
the next Indianapolis 600-mile race.
Rickenbacker is known as pne of the
most daring pilots 'hr'the game, no
speed being too fast for him nor
any. risk too great He indelibly
stamped himself as one of the fore
most members of his profession by
winning the Sioux. City sweep3takes
race in handy fashion last year, and
has since then done good work in
many a thrilling contest
DURING THE SERMON
He I didn't see you at church this
She No. I was late and went in
while you were asleep,
An acre of bananas will produce
more than one and a third times as
much food as an acre of corn, almost
three times as much as an acre of
wheat or potatoes, and four times as
much as an acre of rye.
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