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grandstand while after a foul and will
be out of the game for a week.
Frank Chance has shifted his in
field, sending Chase to first base and
McKechnie, the former Pirate, to sec
ond. Hal will go back to second when
Chance is able to get in the game.
Pitchers Sommers has been releas
ed by the Cubs to Chattanooga.-
Southpaw Delano has been sent to
Dubuque of the Three-Bye League by
the White Sox.
Athletics, 10; Baltimore (Interna
tional League), 6.
Chicago "Union Giants, 7 ; Gunth
Roseland Park, 9; Magnets, 8.
Roseland Eclipse, 11; West Sides,
2. . .
East Chicago", 8; Mutuals, 0.
St. Dominies, 5; Brunswicks, 0.
Rogers Park, 6; Riverview, 3.
General Furnitures, 15; Barber
Fairview, 3; Normals, 3 (11 in.)
Jefferson Grays, 8; Rothschilds, 6.
Rube Marquard1 will start his first
game of the season this afternoon,
pitching against Boston.
William J. Kennedy, wearing the
colors of the Illinois A. C, "W011 tne.
ninth annual marathon over the
Chesterfield course at St. Louis Sat
urday, his tiriie being 3 hours, 2 min
utes and 11 seconds. Sidney Hatch,
another I. A. C. flyer, winner, of the
run in 1906-7-8-11, was second.
. According to reports from San
Francisco, Gunboat Smith and Jess
Willard have been matched for a
twenty-round fight, t,o be staged at
Co'ffroth's arena, May 17. Willard
left for Harbin Springs today to start
training. TWVinner will probably
be. matched with Luther McCarty in
a championship tilt.
Fred McKay, the tallest white' hope
in captivity, battles Jim Stewart to
'morrow night in New York.
The bout in New York tomorrow
night between Jimmy Lore and
Young Shugrue should: be a hummer.
Shugrue 'recently gave Leach Cross
an artistic lacing.
The summer of-1913 maybe pleas
ant for Owner Charley Murphy of the
Chicago Cubs-and then it maybe de
cidedly unpleasant. Much of Mur
phy's baseball reputation is staked,
on the outcome of the year's cam
paign. IF Johnny Evers comes across and
makes a big showing with the Cubs,
Murphy will be in a position to re-
ceive compliments upon bis shrewd
ness in changing managers.
IF Frank Chance fails notably with
New York more praise will be com
ing Murphy's way.
IF Joe Tinker is unable to -satisfy
Cincinnati fans, Murphy will have a
perfect right to. remark, "I told you
so'." The odds, however, are some
what against Murphy.
Chance has little. material in New
York apparently Baseball men do