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' triple and single and Nardil , a single
and double. In three games this
.year only one run has been made off
Johnson. He has not been scored on
for 26consecutive innings.
Frank Chance's Yanks won their
I second game of the Reason when
" Keating held the Athletics to three'
hitsl Chase and Wolter each whaled
a single and triple. Chance scored
a run, made a hit and handled 17
chances at first base.
Joe Jackson walloped a triple and
two singles, Graney and Birmingham
a double and two singles each, and
Doc Johnston two doubles, Carl Weil
man, the Browns' star left-hander,
losing his first game of the year to
Cleveland. Palkenberg pitched good
ball for the Naps.
Some game in St.. Louis. .Hendrix,
of the Pirates, held the Cards to two
hits; a double and triple by Kon
etchy, and St. Louis scored three
times. .Steele held the Buccaneers to
three singles and one run. Pitts
burgh pulled off a triple play in the
Brooklyn batted Hess for 11 hits
while Nap Rucker was holding Bos
ton to six hits. Soft for the,Dodgers.
Hummel got back in the game in
n right field and clouted a homer and
single. Stengel smashed a' triple and
Mathewson was as good as he ever
was yesterday, and Phillies never had
a chance. Brennan and Chalmers
were, hit hard by the Giants. Meyers
got three of the Giants' ten hits. Mer
kle poled a homer and double,
k Tiny Barker, a 200-pound pitchirtg
' recruit picked up on the coast by the
' Sox, has been sent to Wausau of the
W. I. League.
Joe Canttllon and members of the
Minneapolis and, Milwaukee ' teams,
were spectators at the last Sox-Tiger
clash. Russell Blackburne greeted
his old mates.
Zbyszko tossed Le Marin in
straight falls at the Coliseum last
night. The Pole copped with the toe
hold;. He alscshowed a left jolt-jhat
would have looked good on a prize
fighter. Young Shugrue beat Johnny Yore
in ten rounds in New York last night:
Lore was almost out in the ninth.
Miscellaneous Scores. .
University High 3, Hyde Park 3
Bowen 7, Lake 6.
Michigan 4, Georgia State 3.
Arkansas 12, St. Viator 5.
St Phillips 5, Loyola 5.
St. Cyril 6, St. Rita 1.
De Paul 9, St. Ignatius 8.
THE LAST HOPE
Scene: Par out a,t sea; stateroom
on board a huge Transaltlantic liner,
which is being tossed about like a
cork in a tremendous sea.
The Bootlace ,King, a famous Yan
kee multimillionaire (clinging de
spairingly to the sides of his bunkj':
"I understand this ship has water
tight compartments?" , '
"Then tell the captain I must have
one immediately. I don't care what
Should old acquaintance be forgot
And never brought to view?
Not on your life sometimes they'll
A touch for one or two.
o o .
Nawvice I don't quite understand
football, and couldn't follow the
game very well. How can I distin
guish the defeated team? I mean,
what are their colors? Freshman
Er black and blue, --