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and may not' be taken on the trip to
Detroit, where the Sox open a five
game seriesMomorrow. Cal wants
the big flinger to take a long rest and
be in shape when the .eastern teams
begin their invasion-.
Schaller, Collins and Mattick will
comprise the outfield for the present.
Collins got;three of the six Sox hits
off Southpaw Hamilton yesterday,
and Schaller got another. Ray Schalk
poled a double.
Scott pitched a good game, but
bunched hits by Williams, Pratt and
Stovall in the third, gave the Browns
two runs and enough to win. . They
scored again in the fourth on Wil
liams' second hit.
Indian Johnson, the Cincinnati
hurler, is getting a large hare of the
limelight for a youngster .having his
first experience in the big leagues.
He has pitched in half of the Red
games to date. The overwork does
not seem to affect the Redman, asie
held St Louis to five hits yesterday.
Griner stopped the Red's with four,
and Tinker lost again.
Tinker will bring his team to the
West Side tomorrow to open a five
game series with the Cubs. A formal'
reception for the boss shortstop was
planned, but Joe vetoed the plan. He
believed more good feeling would re
sult all around if there were no fire-works,-which
could -not help but re
flect on Evers. In this-Tinker showed
mighty good sense. He will be the
honor guest at a banquet tomorrow
Eddie Foster, third baseman of the
Washington Nationals, is in a Wash
ington hospital with high -fever and
symptoms' of typhoid. He has been
out of the game for a week.
Frank Chance has been compelled
to retire temporarily from active ser
vice, and Hal Chase will resume his
old station at first base. This means
other shifts in the Yank line-up,
which has already been shaken up
considerably by the P. L. in a vain
effort to find-a winning combination.
,-Chance will remain on the bench un
til the leg which'he wrenched April
7 becomes strong enough for actual
fray.. He has been jplaying against
his , physician's advice.
The Lake Shore League season
was opened in Chicago and Milwau
kee yesterday. Chicago teams won
all the games. Scores :
Gunthers, 6; Manitowoc, 1.
Logan Squares, 4; Milwaukee
White Sox, 2.
Riverviews, 4; Kosciuskos, 1.
.Luther McCarthy, heavyweight
champion, meets Frank Moran in
New York Wednesday night in a ten
v MISCELLANEOUS SCORES
. West Sides, 7; Park -Ridge, 6.
Crispos, 4; Johnson Tigers, 4 (14
Mutuals, 6; Normals, 3. , .
FairviewSt 2; Wiosln AC, 1. "i
St Mary's 20; St. Raphael's, 8. 3
Biggio Stars, 6; Aetnas, 2. '
Washingtons, 9; Grants, 2.
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WILSON'S LATEST STORY
When Woodrow Wilson was a pro
fessor of political science at Prince
ton he used to tell his students
that the initiative and referendum
wouldn't do at all for the' United
States. After he became governor of
New Jersey he changed his mind and'
declared for those reforms.
"I can prove conclusively, without
the shadow of question" he said the
other day, explaining why he had
changed his opinion on the initiative
and. referendum, "that the initiative
and referendum' won't work, but the
distressing part of the demonstration'
Is the indisputable fact that they do."
Rplite Doctor Your husband,
madam, is suffering either from over
work or excessive indulgence in alco.
holic? stimulants; itis "difficult to say
which. Anxious Wife Oh, I am sure
it's overwork! Why, he can't even go
to the theater without hurrying out
half a dozen 'times to see one of his