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BASEBALL DOPE OF THE SABBATH DAY
"Million-dollar Marty" OToole
came, looked around, but failed
to stick it oven In his first grame
on the West' Side! lot the high
priced beauty of the Pirate crew
gave the Cubs 10 hits and 6 free
tickets, which resulted in a 6-2
win for Chance's squad.
Opposed to him was Lew
Richie, and if Jhe lurid one pitches
all season half as well as he pitch
ed yesterday, the Cubs can stop
worrying over their lack of a real
Richie's work was not of the
i flashy, variety that shows so well
in the box score, but was the
steady, cool pitching that is most
effective with men on bases, it
was the sort of ball that Christy
Ma,tthewson used to pitch, when
"Big Six" was the terror of the
Zimmerman broke into the
litieligbt with a", pair of triples
that had.a lot to, do wih thfeMfall
of "Misther" O'Toole. 'The
"Bronx Kid" accepted 12 chances
at first base' in a way ,that re
minded 'bugs "of the "p'eerless
leader" in hh palmiest days
The White Sox retrieved Sat
urday's defeat by a splendid 2 to
1 victory yesterday. Their suc
cess was mainly due to the 'Fris
co beer peddler, 'Ping" Bodie,
who smashed out 2 doubles and
scored both runs himself. .
In this game the Sox proved
conclusively what they can do
with even fair pitching, as "Lef
ty", Mogridge, working his first
full game, allowed the enemy 9
The South 'Siders by some
lightning work, with "Buck"
Weaver as the main cog, always '
retired the sidevwithout danger.
Kahler, pitching for the Naps,
gave the homeiboys only 6 hits.
The White Sox ieft forvWashing
tbn last night to comiriertce their
first eastern invasion.
' , '
Connie Mack will have a chance
to see what a star he lost when
he allowed Morris Rath to esr
cape him.' This boy has had an
awful lot to do with the winning
streak of Callahan's men.
They're picked out an awful
hard nur in Mike Gibbons, St.
Paul wh'irlwind, for Sid Burns,
English welterweight champion,
to crack in his-New York debut.
Another "crusher'f was hand
ed toHarry Davis, hoss of the
Naps, when Lajoies doctor an
nounced that the bigyFrenchman
would be out of the game for .six
weeks, owing to his strained
New York fight promoters
have engaged the services of two
chpmpions," Johnny Kilbane and
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