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Counting the five games played in
Kansas City before the eastern trip
was begun, the Whales have won 15
out of their last 22 games, and all of
these were away from home.
Like the recent work of the Sox,
this is a new departure for the
Whales. They have always done well
on the North Side but have not been
noted as road demons. And the team
that doesn't win both on the road and
pat home will not capture a pennant
The team is more efficient in every
way than when it left home. Batting
has grown more forceful, defense is
stronger, and Dave Black has proved
himself a winning pitcher. Wester
zil has been added and strengthens
the infield. Black pitched well for
11 1-3 innings yesterday, but gave
"way to Brown when he became wild.
Benny Kauff is peeved again. He
has a salary fight on with the Brook
lyn Tip Tops and says he is through
with the Federal league. Benny
plans another jump to the Giants, not
dismayed by his last leap, when he
lit on his head in a cement pit. The
Giant management says it will have,
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stayed out of the game yesterday and
Brooklyn was thumped twice by Kan
- St. Louis dropped out of first place
by splitting double bill with Buffalo.
Plank allowed six hits but was beat
en. Terriers slugged in second.
: Pittfeds scored in every inning of
second game to get split with Balti
more. Berghammer cracked five
c Gallia held Yanks while Washing
ton slammed Fisher. Two hits for
Milan and three for Henry.
Smith tripled in third with bases
loaded, enabling Cleveland to beat St
) Louis. Morton held the Browns.
Gavvy Cravath made both Phil
runs, one with a sacrifice fly and oth
er with a homer. Only Brave run was
homer by Smith. Mayer pitched fine
n Dodgers scored five runs in one in
ning off Tesreau and galloped in.
Miller belted a triple and two sin
gles. Griner was tight with hits, but
wildness gave Reds win over Cards.
Wilson hit a double and two singles.
PLAN NEW MUNICIPAL COURT
HOUSE AND STATION
A new municipal courthouse and
central station to carry Chicago's
criminals and prostitutes from the
city hall, where the heart of the city's
business is conducted, is in sight. A
party headed by Aid. Block inspected
a site proposed at Madison street and
the east bank of the river.
Repeated complaints from judges
that the class of people brought into
the city hall by the municipal courts
is detrimental to the go6d of the city
brought talk of a move.
ON SHIP ITOOK KirrTLE
HE YELPED WTTH FIENDISH i
ALAS! A TRADE WIND
BLEW HIM OFF,
AND NOW HIS "BARK'S,
UPON THE SEA!