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and Leach is maintaining the pace
he has set all year. Schulte is play
ing improved ball and his hitting
mark is swelling. A fine prospect for
any of the subs to get a regular job.
Don't be surprised if one of them is
traded in the East or disposed of to a
minor team when the Cubs get back
to the West Side.
Evers now has seven pitchers on
his staff a,nd will add another' when
Jim Vaughn, who comes from Kan
sas City in exchange for Richie, joins
the team, jjrobably during the first
series in the East. Vaughn, is liable
to do good' work for the locals. He
was released by both, the Yankees-
and Washington, but his southpaw-
ing with Kansas city nas oeen nign
Catcher-Manager William Carrigan
j and Hugh'Bedient.
They .don't look, like the same old
Red Sox that won the world's base
ball championship under Jake Stahl.
Then it -was "Smoky Joe" Wood
who burned up the American League
and later pitched the Giants into a
state-of coma in the big series; and
it was Jake Stahl who was hailed
as the managerial marvel.
But that was last year.
Now, Stahl is out of a baseball job
and is worrying about his next meal
just like any man who works at bank
ing as a pastime.
And Hugh Bedient, who was a tq-