pinched for Bortoh", gave the Sox one
run with two outand two on. Ping
Bodi'e tangled himself in a dream of
spaghetti, wandered off second, and
Catcher Land shot him" dead. It was
the hest chance the S.ox-had. In the
ninth inniner Mattick douhlfiri nnd
Weaver singled, but Schalfchit into a-
Borton, Rath, and Lord started the
base positions for the Sox. When the
game "ended Fqurriier,. Berger and
Zeiderl had .taken-th'eir places.
BfflLangeor Joe Behz will be Cal
lahari's:pitching selection for this aft
ernoon: Both men -warmed up well
before yesterday's game and the boss
believes they, can go the distance.
Will; Mitchell; another left-hander,
wuTprbbably workfor- the:Nap"s. Bir
mingham thinks a southpaw has the
sign oh the Sox. With Mitchell in the
box Davy Jones will remain on "the
bench, Mattick going-to left field and
Bodie to center. The only other
change may be Berger for Rath at
Three Naps tried to steal on Ray
S chalk and the young catcher
statfbedthem out by feet. Harry Lord
pulled the only steal of the afternoon,
making' a heautiful slide tose.cond.
Chances for games in the East this
afternoon are doubtful. Rain is fall
ing in "both Washington and Boston
and thfe' American League teams bill
ed f 6rthose cities are in for an idle
day. In New York and Philadelphia
probabilities for National League
games are no better. This early open
ing in a greatstunt.
George Stovall -may- finish at-the
bottom of the American League lad
der, but he has a bunch of hitters
who can soak spring.pitching. They
nicked the Detroit pitchers for 14
swats yesterday. Detroit made 13.
Crawford of the Tigers hit four, and
Gainer, his 'teammate, -three. John-
''THAT'S TWO GONE.". "HITJT OR-WELOSE!!'
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