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oneVif theiexhibition games should he
remain on the bench this afternoon.
Red Corriden will be at short, Al
Bridwell not having returned from
Portsmouth, 6., where he went to
rescue his flood-bound family.
With this exception the Cubs will
line up just as they will start the sea
son next Thursday against the Car
dinals. In fact, today's line-up may
stand for the opener, as Bridwell may
not be back in time to get in trim, for
the first league, battle.
"-All of the players are in first-class A.
shape. As far as the physical condi-
tion of the men is. concerned, the
training trip was a howling success.
The only bust-up came yesterday i
when Semmes copped Evers oh his .
jaw, and that is not expected to dis
turb any one but the manager.
Today's team will hot look much ;
like the squad that opened the sea
son last year. Bresnahan will be be-,
hind the bat, Saier will be on first, .t
Jpe Tinker will be missing from short, ,