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bach will spell each other in the
Barney Phair denies he was
used by the other dope artists as
a roller in leveling the field.
Manager Birmingham of the
Naps has four hold-outs who re
fuse to report at Pensacola, Fla.
They are Catcher O'Neill, Infield
er Chapman and Pitchers Cullop
and Baskette. All want more
money. Cullop has been press
agented so much fame has made
him dizzy in the purse.
Frank Chance was on first base
again today when his Yanks
worked out in Bermuda. Several
of the men, who reported yester
day, met the P. L. for the first
time. Hal Chase did some fast
work around second and got his
throws away in quick time.
Duffy Lewis, outfielder of the
world's champion Red Sox, a
hold-out, is not worrying Presi
dent McAleer. Lewis is coaching
FIRST PICTURE OF THE WOLGAST-MURPHY FIGHT
Harlem Tommy Murphy driving home a straight left to Wol
gast's face in their fight at San Francisco last Saturday. These
punches were the ones that did the most damage to the ex-champion.