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4 ' v j.
OM SHOTS AT BASEBALL DOINGS
The, mprcil less White Spx cpn-
tinue breezin gajong their merry
way.1 Yesteff lay they added art
other game lpttlieir string, wal
loping the N; aps to the tune of 7
to '4. The ido !s of the Dugan club
were aided k rrgely by the efforts
of Mons. Bl Kkowitz, the Duke
of Milwaukee, alias "Bruno"
Block, and " Shano" Collins, who
s collected bet feeen them 5 of the 7
hi!s that ""WHllie" Mitchell al
lowed the Sc w.
"Blitzen" Benz, literary gentle
man and exj ijert .spitbalhst, start
ed for the p Comiskeyites and
pitched nice 1 baH yintil the 7th
when, throulgih an $rror and three
hits, the Cllkvelanders shoved 3
runs croy'k Lange was tfyen,
trotted outHpfdo the rescue stunt
with a cpua: bof Naps lodgings on
the basef ai jf Itwo dead The first
man to fact Ahim popped out and
the white-h ased boys were nev6r
again in d anger, as "Iron BilL','
didn't allowp a clean hit.
In the eigmith, with two men on
bases, BloclLj whosegreat pjaying
In the absenlfte of Sullivan has had
a'lpt to donwlithythe Sox success,
rammed as reaming three-bag1-ger
to fariljjght-and scored a mo
ment later Vonk Lange's single.
only a whale of a pitcher butsome
prophet "Shano" in four- trips
to the pan yesterday amassed two
doubles, a single andfa pass.t i
Luther McCarthey, young
white hop$ and muchly press
agented engineer, Carl Morris,
fought last night at Springfield,1
Mo. Carl will resume his job on'
an Oklahoma railroad Monday,
It happened in the 6thvrouncL
' Not being satisfied with shov
ing them into last place, the jinx1
that has pestered the St. Lotus
Cardinals is still on the job.'
Roger Bresnahan has been Td
moved ( toi a hospital suffering!
Chicago and Cincinnati, United?
states league teams, played 11
innings to an 8-runtie?
Younger brother of Jimmie,
Sheckard, is playing on Reading
U. S. league team.
1 " i
come over to our.glorious cotm-j
trjr to tt a beating. This time
it is Sid Burn's, head of English
Del Gamor, whose brokem
ankle helped put Tigers oujt of
race .last season,1 sprained the in
juredmember yesterday and will
be out for awhie.
Jack Curfey.so likes that natnei
On the sjlprmg training trip
"Doc"'Whibe prophesied that if
Collins wore! allowed to play the
would be a great ball-
fiColhns -work since he
haslbeenrpJpiying regularly proves
lington dentist is not