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Brooklyn third leaguers, Lee had
Nick for a while and hollered mur der when Kansas City reclaimed him. Cullop was wild on the spring trip of the Yankees, but Bill Dono van was patient and waited a while before sending the portsider into ac tion. Since his initial start Cullop has been the sensation of the Johnson organization. He has participated in 13 combats and allowed nine CULLOP earned runs. Back in the dark ages Nick was tried by the Cleveland In dians and found wanting. He pitched the day the Yanks beat Cleveland 19 Jo 3. miss Carrie B. Neely won the wom an's tennis championship of Chicago by defeating Miss Amanda Falker in straight sets. Alex Campbell, Baltimore, headed the qualifiers in the first day of play for the open golf title at Minneapolis with a total of 144 for the 36 holes. Louis Tellier, the Frenchman from Brookline, was a stroke behind. Geo. Simpson, Oak Park, was the beet Cblcagoan, with 151. Geo. Turnbull, Midlothian; John Gatherum, Chica go; P. J. Gaudlin, Ownwetnsia; James " Donaldson, Glen View, were other Chicagoans who qualified. Thirty two more will qualify today and 64 tomorrow will start the 72-hole play for the title. Bill Brennan, Chicago heavy weight, fouled Joe Cox in the sev enth round at New York. Matt J. Hinkel, Cleveland, presi dent American Boxing ass'n, has been selected to referee the Moran Dillon bout in Brooklyn tomorrow night. The bout between Joe Welling and Jack Britton, scheduled for Boston tonight, has been indefinitely post poned. Britton is ill in New York. . o o PULLMAN CO. GIVES MEN FIVE PER CENT PAY RAISE Pullman Palace Car Co. grows mu nificent! It announced today a raise in the salaries pardon, wages -of its employes. The raise granted is 5 per cent, but there will be no raise for porters who have been less than 15 years in . service. This means that if a porter con tinues working for the Pullman Co. and "does not get fired around the close of his, 14th year of service he will receive an increase in wages of $1.87y2 a month. Present top wages of Pullman porters is $27.50 a month. The benevolent Pullman Co. also announces that in consideration of its 5 per cent increase in wages to employes 15 years in service that the old system or yearly bonuses to men 15 years in service will be abolished. Employes 20 years in service are to be given 2i per cent increase every five years. NOT VERY CLEAR John Killian was run down by an auto this week. His horse's leg was broken in three places. Medina, Ohio, Gazette.