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Phillies' 'western trip. s Yesterday-he
smashed a double and three singles.
Luderus poked a homer and Lobert
shot a double and single. Rucker
was knocked out of the box in the
first inning and the Dodgers found
Alexander for five hits in the third,
when they scored seven runs- ana
took- a five-tally lead. " Cuishaw, Dau
bert and Smith of Brooklyn each got
in baseball two months and sold
ko the New York Nationals for $10,-
000 (f. o. b.)
This, to date, is the baseball ro
mance of Alexander J. Schauer, the
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Alexander , "Rube" Scliajue,
WHY SCHAUER'S WORTH
$10,000 TO THE GIANTS
1911 Pitched for school team
and played on corner lots.
1912 Pitched eight winning
games for Garrison Independents.
1913, April Joined Superior.
On first trip beat Winona with one
hit At Superior beat Winnipeg
with qne hit. Repeated at Grand
Forks, a ninth-inning scratch,
with two out, prevented a no-hit
one-hit pitcher of the Superior -Northern
League club. The price paid
for Schauer is, the highest ever paid,-
for a. Qlas? C player,