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Thet White. Sqx regulars con
tinued, their cleaning up of Cali
fornia, trimming San .Francisco
i'n'a fast S-to-4 game, Lefty Mo-
' gridge pitched a swell article for
"five innings, alfowing the Coast
leaguers only one hit. . Dpiiglass
was maced for six hits and four
Harry Lord. Oiled up his old bat
and had--it working, musically.
He blasted Toosea1 single, double
and homerCoilihs, soaked two
hits. ' j
Another even day- for Buck
Weaver and' JfoBerger. Each
got one hit, fiarialj'd'frve chances'
and committedionerrpdl Buck's
bingle drovera,Jienning run
for the regulaig'.ater-fFrisco had
The seconafteaibeat-ios An
geles 7 to & r 'Eddie; Gicotte was
rapped for:,jafl. .the;, Angel runs,,
young Delano finishing the game:
in stingy-fashion; .jfdurier soaked
four hits. ' "
From ;Newyork; comes a re
port that RubeMarquard will re-;
part to the. Giants -March' 20..
From San Francisco comes an
other wire that the' Rube says his
vaudeville contract runs until
June 5, Jand;,he will not 'break it
Make your pick. We are not
evaporating with excitement.
"The Boston Red Sox are sched
uled to play a game with the tlni
'versjty of Illinois when they
'.leave Hot Springs.. The contest'.
- 'will be pulled off in Urbana, as
Jake Stahl wants to show his old
iriends what a great guy he fs..
Louis. Huebner'of Chicago roll-,
;ed a record, game of 287' in the,A.j
BVC. bojvlihg, tourney" at "XpJpo
last night." ife'went into first
place in ihe singles,, with 662.
There Is no question but what
the Sox-a?re in better shape' now
for a big league campaign than-at
the same, time last year.. . Warm
'RaySchalk. , Bill Douglass.
sunshine at Paso'Robles gave the
.players, plenty of chance to loosen
up and they went "at it hard.
Roadwork.on the hills -around the
town . was" ttfe chief exercise
throughout the day at the train
ing amp,. right up to.the day of
departure1, for larger, fiejds, Ray
Schalk.ancfDouglas's make, a fine
looking pair anB ar.e already the
Mutt and Jeff duo. ' t