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meida of the Reds cracked a triple
and two singles. Twelve Mts were
made by the Braves, Midget Maran
ville registering a triple and single.
Rudolph did a fine mess of pitching
for the Braves.
George Carpentier, the French
light heavyweight, has been matched
for a return fight with Bombadier
Wells in November. Carpentier
knocked out Wells in fopr rounds
Mike Gibbons has a chance to re
establish himself in the estimation of
- New York fight fans when he meets
, Young Ahearn tonight If the St.
Paul battler makes a good showing
he will be given a chance at Frank
Klaus in the near future.
Jimmy Clabby and Eddie McGoor
ty, who boxed ten rounds to a draw
in Denver a few months ago, will try
to- settle their differences tonight in
Butte, Mont, in twelve rounds.
Manager Tinker of Cincinnati and
Second Baseman Otto Knabe of
Philadelphia have been fined $25
each and suspended five days for
their fight in the last game of the
Reds-Philly series. The loss of
Knabe at this time may be a blow to
the Phillies, who are fighting to
Hal Chase is playing a
much improved game.both
in fielding and batting,
since he joined the White
Sox in New York. His
fielding has been sensa
tional, and for the five bat
tles he has hit away over
the .300 mark. His addi
tion will bring a gradual
improvement in the work
of the other players.