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lost the range of the plate to some
extent. But the past ability lies right
under the surface.
A winter of careful training, fol
lowed by gradual conditioning in the
spring, and WalslTwill be practically
as good as new. It may be that the
long rest he has had will be of benefit
in the end. It may prolong his life as
a winning hurler. There was no ques
tion but what he was gradually wear
ing out when his arm went wrong.
Even with the goods he displayed
yesterday Walsh is better than many
of the pitchers now regarded as
strong men. He has a head on his
shoulders that will win many games
after his arm loses its terrific driving
It was a strange coincidence that
Walsh went to the rescue of Russell,
who has been doubling as a regular
pitcher and game saver, the role
formerly enacted by Walsh. Reb was
wild and took a hard pounding.
In yesterday's game against the
Sox Chance had only one man in the
line-up who was a regular in June.
This lonesome gent was Birdie Cree.
Maisel, the new third baseman, club
ber four hits, including a double.
McHale looks like a good discovery.
Unlike most recruits, he knows how
to hold runners on their bases and
makes the work of his catchers eas
ier as a consequence.
A double for Larry Chappell, and
it counted in the scoring.
The record for the year between
the Sox and Yanks now stands 11 to
10 in favor of the Callahans. The
Yanks must win today to even the
series. On the-present trip .the Sox
have won eight games and lost ten.
As usual, they went strongly against
the JMackmen and Nationals, but fell
down when opposed to the weaker
. John Collins has been appointed
White Sox representative In the
Baseball Players' Fraternity. Morris
Bath held the position until he was
released to Kansas City.
Catcher Daley of the Lowell-club
will join the White Sox in Boston,
where they go after today's game
with the Yanks. Daley is badly need
ed and may be put right to work.
Schalk has an injured finger and
Easterly is in the ame condition.
Kuhn is at Mercy HospitaL Cal does
not want to take chances of having
Schalk and Easterly eliminated from
the city series by further wounds.
Lefty Leverenz, a native of South
Chicago, is one pitcher who seems
to' have the numbers of the Athletics. -The
Brown busted their streak earlier
in the season when they had won
15 straight Yesterday he held them
to four hits and no runs. Shawkey
was wild and ineffective in the
Washington mauled Renfer and
Harding, two of Hugh Jennings' re
cruit pitchers, while Groom was a
Two errors by Nemo Liebold lost
another game for the Naps to Bos
ton, though the Red Sox only got 8
hits to 13 for the enemy. Joe Jack
son got two of his team's total.
Chapman's fielding at short was sen
sational: Four hits in the sixth inning off
Ragon scored all the Cincinnati runs.
Ames was a bear against the Dodgers.
Carl Morris of Oklahoma meets Al
Reich, the Metropolitan white hope,
in New York tonight for ten rounds.
This is the first time Morris has ap
peared in New York for two years.
Milwaukee slipped farther behind
Minneapolis in the American Asso
ciation race by losing one game to
Louisville and tielng another. Fred
Toney, former. Cub, allowed the (
Brewers only four hits and did not
give a pass, not a run scoring.
Joe Jackson got two hits in five
tries, Speaker one" in four, and Ty
Cobb failed to get the ball safe once
in four efforts.
George Huff, for ten years a big
league scout, now combing the
bushes for Cleveland, may give up
his job as ivory hunter. The Univer
sity -of Illinois has offered him $6,000