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first stop. It was a good play, and
probably saved the game for the'
Orvie Overall continues to come
back. In the first seven innings yes
terday he gave the Cards a measly
two hits, and both were punk Infield
scratches. The Californian was go
ing great In the eighth and ninth he
was nicked for three safeties, two in
the eighth giving the Cards their sole
run. Overall is ready to go the full
route. He showed this in the last
frame, when Mowrey, the first man
up, walloped a single. Jeff tightened
lis belt around his ample girth, and
the next three men were unable to
push the third sacker ahead.
There were all kinds of freak plays'.
Mowrey's single in the ninth was a
Blow roller that hit the third sack and
struck. In the seventh Ward Miller,
Cub left fielder, put on a double play
"unassisted. With one out and Koney
on second Whitted raised a short one
to left Koney started to run, and
crdssed the pan before Miller caught
the ball. Ward trotted into second
and completed the two-ply demise.
Slim SaJlee tamed the Cubs nicely
after the first round, but the damage
"was done then.
Manager 'John Evers has a new
scheme for beating Umpires l drth
and Bill Klem. The Trojan believes
both arbiters have it in for him, and
at really begins to look that way.
John's idea Is to stay oul of all gaitfes
run by these gents in the future and
they will then have no opportunity
to call him. As we said, Eyers has"
fluT'Idea. He probably won't use it
In the seventh inning yesterday
Koney stole second cleanly. Archer's
throw wa slow and Evers dropped
the ball three feet back of second
base. AH Evers did, as far as could
be seen from the stand, was to look
in the general direction of Orth. The
latter promptly canned our manager.
John then turned on the oratoryand
backed Ortfi from second to third
and back again, demanding to know
why h.T?as ttred.' Orth s"ald Etfera
had. called him a "yellow bum." Thfe
outcome will prbbably be a three-day
suspension for Evers. It was the
same umpire who was responsible
for Jawn taking a rest in New York.
After the game Evers denied he had
said anything to Orth and claimed
there was no dispute on the decision,
as Konetchy was safe a mile.
There was no fault to find with
Orth's decisions on the bases, but
Klem gave a woeful exhibition on
balls and strikes behind the bat.
The only exercise taken by the
White Sox yesterday in Cleveland
was Davy Jones' jaunt from the
third team in the big show to last
place in the minors, but the former
Tiger survived the shock, and beat
it for the greatest clover seed mjir.
ket in the world today.
The deal was put through by
Manager Callalian and Owner Som
ers of the Naps, who also is pro
prietor of the alleged team repre
senting Toledo in the Association.
Whether there is another angle to
the deal yet to be heard from is uriV
known. Callahan is still fortified with
good outfield material.
Rumors have been set at resj; re
garding a contemplated trade of Ted
Easterly back to the Naps. Callahan
said he never serious considered the
matter, as Easterly is too valuable
a catcher to be turned loose.
The Sox boss found time during
the day to give out a forecast of the
result of the coming tilt between the
Eastern and Western teams, in the
American League, and he was not a
bit backward In his opinion of the
prowess of his own section. Eastern
sport critics have been predicting
that Boston, Washington, the Ath
letics and Yanks would make short
work of the visitors.
"Western teams wfll kick the living
tar out -of the Eastern clubs during ,
the intersectional series," was the '
comment of CaL "We did it on our
own lots' and we can repeat on, for
eign soil. All of the- Western teams
wffi"De s'rong'er-wiirhave Ed Walsh