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Who will manage .the Cincin
nati Reds ? What will become of
Joe Tinker? What will Herrmann
do with Frank Chance?
These three questions are the
big puzzles to J:he baseball public
today. Johnny Evers holds the
key to all three.
Saturday Murphy announced
he had let Chance go to the Reds
for the waiver price, $1,500, and
it was expected 'the ex-Cub boss
Kvould be put in charge of Garryf
Herrmann's team. Today all of
that is changed.
Chance is still the property of
the Reds, but Herrmann" has an
nounced definitely that Tinker
will manage his team. Murphy
backed up this statement. The
details of the deal have not been
completed. They await the O. K.
of Manager Evers. The Reds
who will come to the Cubs have
been named. It is known that
neither Bescher, Hoblitzel or
Marsans is among the lot.
If Tinker goes to the Cinchv,
nati team nance win De m a pe
culiar position. He could not be
expected to play there. With a
first baseman like Hoblitzel there
is no place for him. Herrmann
will probably ask waivers, and the
P. L. will get away from- the Na
The wholjj transaction is a mys
jterous one, and full of angles that
are hard for the ordinary fan to
understand: When Chance was
sold to the Reds Murphy said
that every other National League
eam had waived on him. That
in itself is peculiar. It is known
that Barney Dreyluss wanted
Chance for his Pirates. Boston Is
without a manager and should
snap at Chance. St. Louis could
use him. Like all deals with
which Murphy is" connected, the
details are being concealed from
There was a reunion of White
Sox managers here yesterday.
Fielder Jones, Hugh Duffy, Billy
Sullivan and Jimmy Callahan
swapped a few stories. They are
on their way to the minor leagues
meeting in Milwaukee.
The Athletics won their third
game in Cuba yesterday. Mack's
team was easy for the Islanders
Billy Papke and Frank Klaus
are matched to fight in Paris Dec
4. The French boxing commis
sion has withdrawn its ban on
Bat Nelson is in again. He will
meet the winner of the Leach
Cross-One Round Hogan mill.
Nelson's fight will be pulled off in
New York Thanksgiving day.
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