Innis and it will be sowith oth
ers'. Connie use&his owji judgment,
northat 6fbthersr Thomas vas a
bench warmer at Jew York arid'
Betrovt: Two yearsoirtder Mack
made Thomas, a hero of tWo
- Twice A day Mack meets ' his.
players, $hey --discuss" 'the 'plays
of the game before, They plan
the battle-thafc is at hand-- Eyery.
opposing pitcher, is put under a
,, ic . . ? . .$.,
.magnifyjng glass, so to speak".
-Every twirler has-cetain little
motions which he makes in deliy
ering '.' different kinds pi balls.
Thee are pointed out It was be
cause a member of the Athletics
discovered that Mathewson made
a certain movement with his, foot
-when he pitched his xltady
"fadeaway" that, the Athletics
beat New Yor,k when Mathewson
was pitching. They beat Math
ewson not. by. hitting the "fade-,
.,, f f
-, CONNIE -MACK WATCHING HIS LADS .
r.., .Drawn from a Photograph. - -.
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