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Schulte banged a single,..giving the
Cubs two runs' and the game;- 2 to 0.
Evers was injured in the tenth
when he slid home in tlie attempted
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the game atvsecond'base. Johnny
strained the same ankle-he broke a
couple of seasons ago, but the hurt is
Heckinger, Toney, Sommers, Gil
bert, Miller, Sheckard, McDonald,
Berghammer, Paynter and Sutcliffe
were shipped back from Kansas City
last night. Jimmy Archer reinforced
the gang and a game is on with
Northwestern University this after
What practice the White Sox are
getting on their trip from California
will not help them a great deal, in
fact, it is liable to have a bad effect
on the batters, who are going against
weak pitching and will not be pre
pared for the slants of big-leaguers
when the seasonbp.ens.
M Paso was beaten by the first,
team yesterday, 9 to 4, and the sec
onds walloped OgdenrlO 'to 2.
A larger score could have been
rolled up by the regulars, but they
burlesqued when, the gathe was safe
and rap. into sure death on the .paths.
This brand of practice does' more
harm than good.
Today "the regulars play in Am
arillo. , ,
The Athletics had an easy time
beating the. Phillies, 8 to 0. Mack's
batters clubbed a pair 'of young Na
tional pitchers for 15 hits and scored
at will. Wyckoff, a recruit, worked
jffor the Mackmen and stoppecPthe
PhUsjwith.half a-.dozen swats. 'vmad
dfflonhe poled a-. doublerid triple.
Frank Baker got four hits and-Eddie
George' Stovall may have a real
ball team after all, though beating
the Cardinals is no great feat. The
Brown pitchers have shown real
class; however, and yesterday Ham
iltonand Allison kept up Weilman's
record, holding the National leaguers -
to three hits. The Browns bunched
hits on Burk in the third and counted
their fhree runs. " t .
Jack "Twin",Sullivah won an easy
'decision, from Soldier Kearns .in
Brooklyn last night.
Jack Stahl's Boston Red Sox ?ar&
at the University, of, Illinois today Jo
start a series of.,four games.
Frank Qotch 'exerted- himselPfar
23 minutes and 45 seconds at 'Kan
sas City last night and was: handed
$18,000 for his "work." He- threw
George Lurich twice in easy fashion.
Eleven thousand people were present.
Remember tie date, April 1. .
Jess Willard has arrived int-San
Francisco and is with Tom Jones and ,
Ad Wolgast. Jess hasN.not broken -1
definitely with Charlie Cutler, but in
dicated he would tie up with Jones
in a few days.
Walter Schaller, the outfielder sS-
.cured.by the White Sox from Detroit,
has reported on the South Sideband
will take "daily work-outs at the Mid
way with the' Chicago fUhiversityljall
squad. . -
' Workmen Tiaye; begun tearing
.down, the American League ball park
in New York. "The park wilrbeaban.-
doned, the Highlanders playingi.on
the Polo grounds this season and at
a new field in Harlem next "year.
'Old grads of the University of
.Michigan at a meeting last night in
Chicago passed a resolution favoring
'a return to the conference and sent
it tothe athletic board. '
' r JHank O'Day may become a scout
for the Cubs, and turn down offers-tp
umpire' inthe big leagues. Color is
given to this story by the fact it was
O'Day Murphy sent to the coast to
deal with Orvie Overall..
Joe Nagie, a focal ball tosser. has
,been released by the Cincinnati Reds
to wausau oi tne vvisconsin-iinnois
. o o - .
He "My darling, you must be.
mine, i yearn fori you every daw
want' to know is, will you earn, fori
me every, day after we are married?)