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the Cub attack, the entire team -collecting
18 bingles. Clymer was the
only man who went through the en
tire game and failed to get a safety.
Schulte singled once, and the other
men, with the exception of Evers,
'who retired early, nailed a pair of hits
In the eighth inning Pete Knisely
pinched for Evers with the bases
choked and emptied two of them
with a one-base drive. Pete connect
ed for another hit in the ninth which
scored a run. Evers evidently intends
to use the former Ohio leaguer for
pinching purposes this season. In
the last few weeks of the 1912 season
Pete batted away over .300 for the
Reds, and his average in. the minors
A heavy wind was responsiblefor.
the top-heavy hit column of both
teams. Batted balls were carried be
yond the reach of the" fielders;. Roger
Bresnahan chased a foul, to the
stands, but the wind sailed it to fair
ground. The batter was too sur
prised to run, so Roger grabbed tn"e
pill and tagged him out Bresnahan
poked out a single and double.
Stahl's Boston Red Sox showed the
University of Illinois ball team how
the game should be played, yesterday,
winning 10 to 0. Ray Collins pitched
the first five innings against the col
legians, fanning six and allowing one
hit. Then Joe Wood dazzled for four
frames, whiffing every batter who
faced him.. '
The Athletics and Phillies had an
other battle between recruit pitchers,
and Bush, Mack's youngster, shaded
Chalmers and Marshall. t The Mack
men made six hits and the Phillies
five. In addition to good pitching
Bush poled a double and single. The
most encouraging feature of the
pitching to the managers wis the
control of the rookies. Bush giving,
one pass and Chalmers the same.
Stovall's pitchers slipped and the
Cardinals gave the Browns a ll-to-4
trimming in the St. Louis seriest Five
pitchers were used by the American
leaguers, Napier and Stone getting
the heaviest bombardment. Huggins
used Griner and Hildebrand. Charley
O'Leary finally came lo terms, with
the Cardinals and placed, short, get
ting two hits and starting a couple
of double plays.
Chicago University was beaten by
the Federal League team, 13 to 8.
Walter Schaller, the new Sox out
fielder, played with the Federals, get
ting a double and triple and stealing
Athletic recruits 11, Asheville 3.
Boston Nationals 4, Richmond 3.
Cleveland 5, New Orleans 1.
Detroit !hattanooga 0.
. Jeff Smith, American middle
weight, knocked out Adrian Hogan jxi
the" eleventh round at Paris.
Lane and Crane high schools are
playing the first game for the indoor
championship this afternoon.
Charles Brickley of Harvard and
"Tol" Pendleton of Princeton, star
athletes, who. went through the foot
ball season without injury, haver both
been hurt in baseball practice and
may be out of the game for the rest
of the college season.
Joe Phillips of Cleveland and Paul
Sikora fought eight slashing founds
to a draw at Detroit last night.
Tony Caponi of Chicago and. Art
Allard of Hancock, Mich., have been
matched to box ten rounds before the
Houghton- A. C. at Hancock, April
21. They -will weigh 160 pounds at
3 o'clock. 1
Sir Thomas Lipton today announc
ed in London he would challenge the
New "York Yacht Club uncondition
ally for America's cup. The well
known "sports" oTthe American or
ganization will probably frame rules
which will make jvictoiy. for them a
Nick Culfop, the. new southpaw
of the. Naps, held New Orleans to
three hits yesterday. Manager Bir
mingham believes he has in Gregg
and Gullop the best pair of port-siders
in the business.