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the Cubs. Betters have made the
Sox favorites, for the .series, on ther
strength of that victory, but we are
still stringing along with the Cubs.
Breaks in the luck all went the
way of the Hose. To score runs the
West Siders had to crown the pill
everlastingly. One of their runs was
the result of a' homer with none on.
A pair counted on a single followed
by another homerl The fourth was
the result of a single, double and sac
Good, clean hitting tallied the runs.
There was nothing fluky-about a sin
.The first two Sox runs were made
But Chappell is being handed thaj
."palm on cold-drawn nerve. He wasj
cool and daring at one and the same)
time. In the fourth inning he doubled.'
into the right field crowd. He tried
to steal third and was pegged out.
Maybe you think that was barf
baseball. Stealing third with only
one out is not the usual thing. Ah65
for that very reason Chappell's ef
fort was worthy of note, even though
it failed to go through. Trying what
the other fellow is not looking for
wins the ball games when you get
away with it.
In the ninth inning the Cubs got
a man on base, with two out. Saier
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Baker crossing the plate after- his' .home-Tun" inlthe fifth inning of thet
first game, which scored jCollins ahead bf'him'.andJjusted'tHe ojd ball game
possible by a brace of passes.; A drop
ped foul by Bridwell in the sixth gave
Collins a chance to double and score
later. Youngsters divided with -veterans
' the honor of the diiy. Russell, Schalk,
r Chappell,- Collins and Weaver were'
V big men on the Sox side. ' Safer,
l Leach, Goad and Archer -were pow
ers for the Cubs. . y
Larry "Chappell, Callahan's expen
sive youngster, was thet bright' star
of the day, though he was outbatted
by several men, failed to score a-run,
and did not steal a base. -All-of these
things are, expected of a .fielder -if-he
- ', is to be lauded.
4was;up.;He drove a-fly.into the fringe
of fans that bordered;left field. If, that
"ball 'had dropped -safest would have
put runners- onsecond and'third with
two out,' and-Good, who had rapped
a single-ami homer' wo'iild-be up-facing
a 'right-'hander, against which
brand of .pitching he. is strong. And
the Cubs rieeded.only'two runs to tie.
. But .Saiers fly didn't 'fall safe.
Chappefl -'dashed' hea'dlong into the
.crowd, which . partially opened for
him,-and' pinched the loftfout of the
air. He was running -with, head "up.'
'following-the flight of theball, and
"was in dangerallthe'time of crash-mg-into:a'5Sjaecitetor:::d-.gettinjg
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