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"has traried in the bushes, was run
over and killed by a train at his no'me
in Pottsville, Pa.
Cy Young, manager of the Cleve
land Federal League team, is practic
ing daily, and Intends to resume
pitching if his arm is as strong as he
thinks it is.
The Cubs are stilt in the National
League, the only trouble being that
they are too darn still. Since leaving
home Evers' gang have won two
games and dropped Seven to the
Eastern teams. With three games to
be played in Philadelphia and four in
Boston, where Stallings has hlsy
uraves going at a last cup, tne K. ii.
will be lucky to return home at the
top of the second division. Pittsburgh
is pressing the Cubs closely, and in
the last two games the Pirates seem
to have recovered from their slump
and are busting their way along.
If the rules could be changed so
a ball game would end at the sixth
inning there would be nothing JL6 it
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