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ord Bridwell has rolled up during the
r But using Corriden .is a good thing,
feven' though the team is weakened
for the present. The youngster shows
signs of in "time budding into a good
shortstop, and he can only be
brought out by actual conflict on the
diamond. As pennant possibilities the
Cubs are through. The absence of
Bridwell cannot hurt them.
Evers hasNused .good judgment in
handling Corriden this season. Red
has sat on the bench and watched
Bridwell and the other shortstops at
work. He has absorbed a lot of the
thinking side of the game, and now,
.with the Cub race run, is the proper
time to let him put some' of his
knowledge, which is conlbined with
"good mechanical ability, into effect.
Like Butk Weaver of the' White
Sox, Gorriden has a tendency to
overrun balls hit right at him. Here
the similarity between the two local
youths ends. Corriden cannot cover
nearly as much ground as'TVeaver,
but he is far 'in ore accurate in his
throwing. Red can be tamed and
'taught to use" his speed so he won't
step on his own feet. x He looks like
a good prospect, as he has'plenty of
confidence at the plate.
No game on the West Side tomor
row, 'butv the conflict with Brooklyn
'will be taken up again Saturday, aft
"er w"hich the"Giantsblow in for three
', Tomorrow an exhibition game is
"scheduled with Peru, Inch Every
'open date thereafter will be employed,
in 'showing the natives of the minor
towns' how-it is done in the big tent.
-This work isn't pleasing to the play
ers, but it helps the club treasury.
Charles Schworm, a native of Long
Island, will arrive at the Cub camp'
'tomorrow. Schworm is a protege of
Heinie Zimmerman, and the Bronx,
Biffer says his fellow- countryman
can play either third base- or catch."
" The morning t paper experts say
Schworm is another Heinie Zim. la
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It is unfortunate that Nap Rucker
can't get with, a winning ball team
and receive the supportyhis -great box
work deserves. Nap' fears he will be
worn out before Dahlen. whips, to
gether a machinein Brooklyn. 'Ruck
er never looked better than at pres
ent. He slumped earlier in the sea-
son, but hasrecovered his stride and'
is goingxstrong. In one inning yester
day" the Cubs got two men on base.
Rucker thenfanhed the next three.
After yesterday's game1 with the
Mackmen, Eddie Cicotte, White Sox
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pitcher, stuck a pin in himself to see
if he was having a dream. The pin
"struck a nerve, Eddie let out a yell
and was convinced he had not been
taking a nap. He needed the pin evi
Reason for Eddie's uncertainty?
Simple.. His team had hit in the
pinches. It's hard to belieyep but a
couple of pinch (blows scored four
runs for the Hpse'and. won the game.
Several of their hardest swats went
for outs because of the remarkable
'fielding of the Athletics.
Some .criticism for Buck Weaver
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