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fielded well and knocked a doable.
Joe Jackson got four Mta off Confcel
man and Robinson. Cullop and Kah
ler pitched lor Cleveland.
Unless Ceorge Stovali can-advance
some almighty strong mitigatmg-cir-cumstances
sujronnding bis clash
with Umpire Ferguson In St. Louis
Saturday he is to be chased out of
the American League. After hearing
Ferguson's account of the affair
Johnson suspended Stovali, and yes
terday followed this up by removing
him as manager of the frowns. He
will hear Stovall's side of the case
before making a final finding. St
Louis baseball writers condemned
Stovali for his rdwdy tactics and
handed him some hot raps. His loss
to the Browns will be Irreparable
and blights a promising managena
career. Stovali had good luck with
CleveIand,for half a season and was
working the Browns into a decent
ball team. If Johnson decides bis
conduct warrants dismissal he will
go. Ban, -didnt like the actions pf ,
Stallmgs when the latter was in New B
York and also disapproved of Jack ,
O'Connor aa boss of the Browns
They are both out of the American
Hugh Jennings will shift his De-
troit line-up once more before meet- 0
ing the Eastern teams of the Amer-
lean League. Left Fielder Veach will
be stationed on-first, Cobb -going tto
left and Hugh High, to center. Jen
jsings wants more batting power and
is benching Pel Gainer because the
latter has been weak with the rod. r
Catcher Graver Land of the Naps
has a. broken bone in his left hand,
caused by one of BaumgaTdner'Si
shoots in St Louis Sunday. '
K.Cv BROWN "DUNNO" .
New York, May 6, That KsQ.
Brown's manager hasJiim well train
ed in ways, other than those of. the
ring is shown by the following con
versatfdn between, the fighter and a
friend of his manager, which is.going
the rounds today.
"Listen, K. Q.," Bald the friend,
"when are you going to fight nejrt?"
Tunno, ask Morgan," said K. O.
"Well, are you going to Los An
geles?" "I dunno; ask Morgan."
"Say, K, 0., did Morgan lose much
on your last fight?"
"I dunno; better ask Morgan."
"Say, K. 0. ," filially, "is there any
thing you. know without putting it
up to Morgan?"
After his face had been sphinx-like ,
!for a moment, it suddenly brightened.
and broadened into a grin. "Say,"
he said, after a ten-count of his
thinker, "I dunno you better ask
Morgan when he comes back."
Those Callftirnians offered Secre-i
"v Bryan all the good things they "
had hot including California wine