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to Dodgers this seasatfc
Smith got only Brooklyn run
with a homer.
Donlin and Wagner tore off
three hits each.
Philadelphia made 15 hits to 10
. for Cincinnati, but the Reds were
on deck with opportune clouts.
Larry McLean crammed a
homer andytwo singles into the
Philadelphia fell one run short
in a -ninth-inning rally, scoring
Sherwood Magee led both
teams with four singles.
President Comiskey has asked
that Ehns, first ' baseman for
Galesburg, be immediately sent
to the "White Sox.
- Brooklyn has released Pitcher
Cy Barger to Newark of the In
ternationalLeague. Miller, second baseman of the
Lowell New -England League
team, has been .bought by the St.
John Boyle, last year with the
University of Chicago, has been
released by the Phillies' to Atlan
tic City. He will be recalled next
Art Butler of St. Paul, sought
by White Sox and Cincinnati,
will probably go to Pittsburgh.
Ping Bodie was removed from
game in ninth inning yesterday,
Mclntyre taking his place, it is
reported that Callahan took
Bodie out and ordered him from
Washington ball park when he
made a useless throw home that
allowed a runner to take second.
P. J. Duggan, manager, cap
tain and center fielder of Freder-
ictown, N. B., team, has teen
signed by the White Sox. Connie
Mack has signed Brown, an out
fielder of same team.
Over a hundred Cub fans have
signed a petition to President
Lynch protesting at suspension
of John Evers on the eve of the
Cub-Giant series. Petition asks
that Evers be allowed to pay the
maximum fine and play in the
An answer may be received
from Lynch before the game" to
morrow. Little hope can be held
out for favorable action by Lynch
with his past actions in disciplin
ing Cubs as a criterion.
Washington has. sold Pitcher
Barney Pelty and Infidlder Wil
bur Roach, utility infielder, to
Tom Sharkey has challenged
Tommy Burns for the "white
heavyweight championship." A
few more such jokes and the .hot
weather will he fofgptten.
Johnny Dundee of""New York
got the decision over Matt Brock
of Cleveland in a 12-round feather
battle at Cleveland.
President Taft watched Wash
ington lose yesterday. The Pres- s.
ident seems to be a jinx everywhere.
"As you don't seem to know
what you'd 'like for your1 birthday,
Freddie," said a mother, "here's
a list of presents for a good little
boy from which you can choose."
Freddie read the list, but was
still unable to make a choice.
"Mother, haven't you a list for a
bad little boy?" he asked.