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ting. Matty is a fast baserunner
clever fielder, and has the best throw
ing arm in the Sox outfield. His hit
ting has been woefully weak. Our
score book only shows him credited,
with two hits this season But he
has been stinging the pill lustily. At
least eight times on the South Side
he droveout terrifio liners, but they
went right at some waiting fielder.
The luck is bound to change, and
then Chick will justify the manager's
faith. t '
Walter Johnson has pitched four
full games for Washington this year
and has only been scored on once.
That run was made in the first in
ning of the first game of the season,
Daniels of the Yanks denting the
pan. Yesterday Johnson held the
Athletics to four hits and fanned
ten. Eddfe Plank whiffed a dozen
Nationals, but they .got to .him in the
ninth for two runs. Chick Gandil
whaled three singles.
Hugh Bedient showed his world's
series form4n giving Frank Chance's,
Yanks their daily beating. Boston
made J.4 hits of Schulz in. seven in
nings. Lewis and Cady each saftied
Baumgardner of St. Louis out
pitched Vean Gregg and St Louis
beat the Naps. St. Louis bunched
hits in the eighth, George Stovall pro
ducing the clout that won the game.
Ma,ny thanks to !AI Cutshaw, the
Brooklyn second baseman. With two
on and two out in the eighth he
busted a double that tied the Giants.
Three singles followed and gave the
Dodgers the game. Ragan pitched
steadier ball than Ames. Stengel of
Brooklyn got three hits.
Lefty Robinson, lasted three in
nings against St Louis. In that time
the Cards got a four-run lead on the
Pirates. Marty O'Toole finished the
game in good shape for Pittsburgh.
Steele neld the Pirates safe through
out. Boston Braves tied the score on
Philadelphia in the ninth-'and won in
$he jelexeath. Both runs wer$ scored
on clean hitting. James, the Boston,
pitcher, would not have been scored
on but for errors. The young heaver
has won two of the three games,
taken by the Braves this year. Myers,
Sweeney and Maranville of Boston
led in the hitting.
U. of Chicago, 2; Com. Edisons, 1
De Paul, 10; St Stanislaus, 9 (11
Armour, 2; Lake Forest, 1.
Wendell Phillips, 32; Curtis HighA
St Ignatius, 11; Holy Trinity, 0.
St Cyril, 8; Loyola, 5.
Cathedral Juniors, 12; St Ignatius
IT WASN'T THE SMYTH CO.
H. 'B. Seltman, business agent of
the upholsters' district council, in
forms The Day Book that there was
an error in the issue of April 25, in
which it was stated that a union up
holsterer named Lyons was arrested
because of trouble between the John
M. Smyth Co. and the union.
He said the Smyth Company was
strictly union and had a signed agree
ment, and. that Lyons was arrested
at the instance of the Enterprise
Furniture Co., May and Washington,'
where he advised two of his fellow
workmen to walk out with the union
men, and that the trouble at the
Enterprise grew out of an attempt to
establish the open shop.
The Day Book's error arose from
the fact that Lyons, when asked in
court for a reference, gave the Johnr
M. Smyth Co. as a place where he
had formerly worked.
Waitress Carrie Grubb.
Cashjgirl Lotta Steps,
Model Stella Standing,
Milliner . . .Hattie Stiles
Cashier Annie Mooney.-
Manicurist Hilda Hand "
Chiropodist. Iva Footej
Old Maid. , w , , ,, , . .Yetta Chance
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