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BASEBALL DOPE RIGHT OFF THE BAT
National League Boston 2,
Chicago 1 ; Brooklyn 6, Pittsburg
5 ; New York 8, St Louis 3 ; Phil
adelphia 4, Cincinnati 3.
American League Chicago 7,
Washington 2; Boston 7, Detroit
2; other games postponed, Tain.
Twelve hits for a total of six
teen bases by the White Sox,
while their heavers were holding
Washington to six punches, ex
plains yesterday's result in th6
national capital. Callahan's men
got a late start, but when they
'got going they rapped their way
over the opposition.
Shano Collins strung three of
the Sox bingles and they were all
healthy raps. Weaver, Callahan
and Bodie smote two one-spots
eachx which is right healthy
Itfwas a sadand gjoomy day on
the West Side, the careening
Cubs managing to get but a sin
gle hit, good for one' run, while
John Khng's Bostonese counted
twice on 4 swats.
I ' .
I The dose might not Save
been sobitter if it had not been
' that Otto Hess was the man
shooting for1 Boston. Otto Tvas
once with Cleveland, but re
tired frdm there to Columbus,
carrying a can as excess bag
gage. He evrA failed to stick
in Columbus, and last yeax
grapevined for New Orleans, A
which is not a promirient posi
tion for any man to occupy.
Kling signed him up more to
fill out his staff than anything
else, and then the discard, who
was supposed to have nothing
but a toe plate and a-chew of -tobacco,
pitched the best game
that has been offered for Na
tional League patrons this
About that one Cub hit Who ,,
got it? Sure, Heinie Zimmer
man, who was supposed to be the
weak man of the team. A double,
at that which brought in 'our
only run. .
Weare "off' the Sox today.Na ,
chance for them to win against
any old team. itep. Madden of
Illinois, in a moment of niisguid
ed civic pride, took our wonders
to lunch in the Capiol resiaurant,
and at last accounts Ping Bodie
was being revived with the aid of
a stomach pump..
J. R. Richards, one of the best
athletic coaches in the west, for
the last few years with Wiscon
sin, has accepted an offer as ath
letic director of Ohio State Uni
versity. - .
Bugs Raymond was yestefday
reinstated by the National Com
mission and signed with the New
York Giants. As a pitcher, from
theway hehasbeen-gpingon the '