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ern leagues and hasn't lost a decision.
The'ball game, -which -was a setting
for the almost-fight was "won by the
Sox, 5 to 2, Walsh and White pitch
ing. Ed pitched seven innings, fan
ning a man per round, allowing five
hits and a pair of tallies. Doc loafed
through the last two frames with his
new parcel-post delivery.
Four errors were made by the Sox,
three coming- in- one inning and giv
ing the Angels a count. To make up
for this loose work the team showed
some good consecutive hitting, Bor
tpn, Collins, Mattick and Rath group
ing four of the seven hits.
This is an off day for the first team,
the last they will have before leaving
the coast to open the season at
Cleveland. Scott, White, Walsh and
Lange will each.be given a full game
to pitch before leaving California.
The seconds tied Oakland. 3 to .3,
in five innings, rain halting the.comr
bat. Mogridge-was hit hard, but a.
single and triple by Kernan,, the local
youngster under Gleasn's wing, put
the teams onley.en terms. Today the
squad is schedule to play a team
in Watsonvillef 'wli6fever that is. ,
Milwaukee will' see the best fight of
the week tonight when Bob Moha
and Eddie McGporty, "leading claim
ants of the middleweight title, battle
each other ten rounds.-rMcGoorty'has
put in some hard licks at a local gym
nasium in training for the bout, and
his injured hand is fit to deliver a
business-like punch. This is-the sec
ond meeting between the two scrap
pers, the outcome ofthe last battle
being unsatisfactory. Each man
claimed the victory.
The Athletics beat Louisville, 7 to
6, mainly through good stickwork of
Collins, Murphy and Mclnniss.
Pittsburgh and the Red Sox con
tinue their series today. 'Bobby Byrne,
hit in the head by a pitched ball last
week, is recovering rapidly. y
The Giants beat Galveston, 8 to 1,
yesterday, Tesreau and Wiltse pitch
ing. The big leaguers are in Austin
for a game today.
George- Mullin pitched tight balfjf
and the Tigers beat Mobile, 5 to 1.
Chance's Yankee 'cripples 'are bac
in the' fight. The P. ii is suffering
from lumbaga; but is sticking 'td
practice. '.-' 9.
- The other name for Cubists (s ar
Let Hoyne and McCormick fight
with, their fists. Any mutt, can fight
over a 'pho'ne' or through the news
papers. As a rule -fellows 'who 'fight that
way haven't a real fight in 'em. They
might bite a sandwich, but merely
bark at? a man. f
Now Mayor Harrison is peeved be
cause they have' found out even in
England, that Chicago is financially
on the bum and had-to" cut the wages
for policemen, and 'firemen 20 per
Yet the. only way Mr- Hearst's
mayor sees out. of it is to issue bonds.
A parrot could make thatsuggestion.,
Gee whiz, the hew -cop's name is
Mete'llUs,-jj. -C' Eunkhouser. Mebbe