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ible for the runs- scored by De
troit. - '
All kinds of stunts were staged,
McBride and Onslow were
canned from the game. Milan
and Foster were hurt stealing sec
ond, the latter being forced to re
tire. In throwing to first Johnson
soaked Gandil on the shins and
Chick had to quit. These injuries
forced Washington to use 14
players. Griffith and Schaefer
were suspended for-arguing with
the umpires Saturday.
Milan of Washington and
Crawford of the Tigers each
blasted a trio of hits.
Anthony Carlo, the Wendell
Phillips High School pitcher, now
Under contract to Newark, will
be signed by the St. Louis Browns
as soon as a deal with the Inter-'
national League team can be ar
ranged. Wilbur Good left for New York
yesterday to join the Cubs, fol
lowing a hurry call from Chance.
Joe Tinker will boss the Cubs
the rest of the season. Frank
Chance is to enter a hospital to
day to have ' an operation per
formed. It is thought the opera
tion will cure the nervousness of
the Cub boss.
Coincident with the opening of
the football season, three- new;
hospitals are being erected. There
may be a connection.
Birmingham has won the pen
nant ifr the Southern League.
FOOTBALL SIMPLIFIED BY NEW RULES
The changes are few, the ef
fect important the 'spectator
will get a better idea of the game.
The actual changes are:-
A field of 100 yards, instead of
110, the extra 10 yards used as
end Ozones, back of each goal,
where forward 'passes may be re
ceived. The addition of a-fourth down
to gain 10 yards.
The kick-off from the 40-yard
- On kick-outs opponents will
line tip on the 20-yard line instead
of the 25:
Intermissions between first
and second and third and fourth
periods reduced to one minute.
Forward passes -may be" of any
The onsidekick has been dis
The rules do away With the
checkerboard field, and it is agairt -a
Touchdowns couht.6 points.
Goal from touchdowns 1 point.
Goal from field 3 points, "
To prevent shifting strlong
players from the back field to
the line on the defense, the rules
forbid playing a so-called centeF,
guard or tackle on the defense, as'
end or back on offense, or-any3
shifting to evade this rule. '31
One player may be in motion0
toward his own goal, directly oTP
obliquely, when the ball is put irf--play.
If this player is an. end, h$
place mUst be filjedas seven meH1
MUST be on the line when the1
play starts. JIJ JL
The rules forbid guards carry
- No filayer oh "the -side' havinf-