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fcvith all infielders receiving one
wage, outfielders another, and so on. Stars will be paid the same as utility - men. ' ' This, of course, is all bunk. Stars will still be able to command and se cure good salaries, no matter what fi) the outcome of the strike may be. There is a strong feeling in. well in- N formed circles that the strike will "" never come to an actual showdown. It is believed the magnates of the majors will cause the minors to salve some of the grievances of the play ers. It is hardly probable a strike would be called over, salary reductions. , That is something the fraternity has always left to the athletes as indi viduals. Cuts are in order in many cases during the coming, season; and the fans will find no great fault with the magnates for making them. -. , A report from Philadelphia says 1 Connie Mack will let both Joe Push and WalHe Schang go ' this spring. Both wanted their salaries to remain as they were last year. Mack will f make concession to Amos Strunk, also dissatisfied with his new con t tract Larry Lajoie has signed to man 's, age Toronto of the International league. Jimmy Lavender was yesterday traded to the Phillies by the t!ubs for Al Demaree, both players being pitchers. Basketball Scores New Trier 32, Deerfield 16. New Trier lights 45, Deerfield 16. Lake Fclrest 42, Parker 4. Loyola 26, Senn 16. m Crane 27, Tilden 11. m Illinois 20, Chicago 10. West Side Brown 66, Armour 12. , De Paul U. 35, Joliet 16.' Heb. Mercuries 15, Second Pres. 4. Indoor Baseball De Soto 7, Commercial 3. Hennepin 4, SL Patrick 1. Billy Miske clearly outfought Jack Dillon, in, ten rounds at New York and bulks as the best available op ponent for Les Darcy, when the Aus tralian gets in a fighting humor. Miske had the better of nine rounds, and Dillon was plainly in distress. Charley Morin ' defeated Charley Ward of Lefllngwell's at Flenner's, , 50 to 26, in 50 innings in a game of the Chicago. Billiard league. , r The retirement of Big Ed Walsh from major league baseball may forecast the control of the Des Moines Western league team by an other member of the White Sox. Walsh is seriously considering buy- , ing a controlling interest in the Des Moines team, following the purchase of the Wichita franchise by Frank r Isbell, who held the controlling inter, est in the Des Moines team for sev eral years. Isbell was a member of the Sox when that team won the world's championship in 1906. Elmer Q. Oliphant, West Point's x star football player and Uncle Sam's greatest athlete, is now trying out5 for the' Army hockey team in hopes of winning his fifth "A" at the mili tary academy. Oliphant has set a new record at the army school by winning four let ters, a feat never before accom plished. He has letters in football, baseball, track and basketball. The only other sport for which a Ieter is awarded at West Point is hockey. Oliphant was compelled to give up his basketball this year in order to try out with the hockey team, as practice for both is held at the same hours. THE ONLY WAY Atlas bore the world on his should ers. "The only way to remember all my wife wants me to carry home," 'he explained. Judge. o o An electric hand mirror contains a battery in its handle and a small electric bulb just below the reflect ing surface, so as to throw the light on the lace of the user. Ira 4a K'W: .- L w w. . .