badly. Hesettled after passing
three men in one inning and
Gleason's seconds beat Los An
geles 9 to 4, Jim Scott pitching
the 'full nine innings and holding
the Angels to six hits. Scott
fanned six and passed two.
Joe Berger and Buck .Weaver
fought their shortstopping duel
on. even terms yesterday. Play
ing with the first team, Buck
punched out one hit and accepted
eight fielding chances. Berger
helped Gleason along with a
double and single, and also took
care of theseven grounders, that
came his way. If the boys con
tinue at their present speed Calla
han is sure to switch them before
the departure from California and
have a close look at Berger in a
real ball game.
Jack Fournier busted a-'clouble,
homer and single.
Mrs. Suzanne Stark, mother-in'
law of Jimmy Archer, Cub catch
er, died yesterday at Boone, la.
Archer wiU probably attend th&
Harry Hebner of the I. A. C:
set a new world's record for the
50-yard backstroke- swim in the
Central A. A. U. championships
last night, going the distance in
30 seconds fiat, five seconds un
der the old'fnark.
JPeck Maney, a local balltosser,
has been signed by Denver of the
Willie Beecher beat Packey
Hommey after ten hard-fought
rounds in New York Jast night."
Pal Moore and Charlie White
both put in strenuous mornings
at" Jocal. gymnasiums preparing
for their fight. Monday night in
Kenosha. The PhiladeTphian
boxed a few rounds, but did most
of his work with the weights.
White mixed witlv. Eddie Wells
for six rounds. " ' '
Packey McFarlarid" and Jack
Britton both weighed in this
afternoon and are ready for -the
bell that 'will start their' long-de-
- Packey1 McFafland.
fe'rred fighfcinNew York tonight.
The -wer'esupposed to scale 137
pounds. McEarland may have
been slightly! over the mark, but
therb wasjnri'bpller-from the Brit
ton mouthpiecejDan Morgan.
Britton has' been made a slight
favorite by ,New Yorkers, who
are more familiar with his w.ork
than with that of the stockyards
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