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Frank's batw'ork yesterday. As the
Cubs copped by only a one-run mar
gin," it 'doesn't need much detective
work to discover how valuable the
last member of the .Qld machine was.
His two hits yesterdaybrought his
total for the last two games to five
Humphries had a chance to show
something yesterday -after Lavender
was hurt in the third inning. He
showed all right that he isn't ready
to travel a long distance. 'For a time
he got by, but Larry Cheney had to
do his rescue stunt in the eighth.
' Humphries may be all right against
soma of the other teams. But he
can't trim the Giants. Bert lacks con-.
fidence when pitching against the
champions. He told Ey,ers last year
that he could beat anything else in
the league, but was afraid of his life
when facing the McGrawites. When
a pitcher has this feeling there is lit
tle hope for his success against a par
H. Zim announced yesterday that
he 'had been married last winter in
Chicago to a young lady from his be
loved Bronx. The excitement of mak
ing the announcement was so great
that Zim kicked on a third strike and
got canned 'from the game in the
Roger Bresnahan also drew some
tinware. Roger says he only yelled
"No, no," when called out at first in
the seventh, but Hart gave him the
hook just the same. Roger will pro
test to President Tener.
Manager O'Day is after Marsans,
the Red Outfielder, who is threaten
ing to leap to the Feds. Marsans will
be of no use to Cincinnati, even if he
doesn't jump. Herzog held a confer
ence with O'Day yesterday in New
York, and tried to arrange a trade for
a pitcher. Marsans would look, good
in our outfield, for he can bat, field
and run bases.
Koestner, secured by the Reds from
the Cubs, pitched five hitless innings
against the Phils'after the game was
lost, Herzog may use -him regularly.
. Braves made it four straight from
Pittsburgh. Connolly got a homer,
triple and single and Gilbert a homer
and two singles. Perdue went the
route for Boston.
Huggins used 15 men to beat
Brooklyn in 16 innings. Magee, Dal
ton and Hummel each got three hits.
Robinson and Rucker were pounded.
Covaleskie held Boston to two
hits, and Detroit beat Rankin John
son, the third l-to-0 game the young
Red Sox has been in this year. He
has lost two.
Eddie Collins got four hits and
Barry three. Wyckoff held the Naps
to as many hits as Collins poled.
St. Louis batted Fisher and Cole
for 15 hits, every Brown getting at
least one. Maisel got a double and
two singles off Baumgardner.
Earl Moore held the Sloufeds to 3
hits. Brownie was almost as good,
but Buffalo got the necessary run.
Siavall got a homer and Kruger 4
hits, whcih were enough to let Kay
See beat Brooklyn. Somers was
With Falkenberg pitching and
Charley Carr batting a single and
triple, Indianapolis nosed out Pitts
burgh. Holly gottwo doubles and
two singles for the Stogies.
Judge Foell, next Friday, will hear
further arguments of the Kay See
Feds to restrain Pitcher Blanding
from performing with the Naps. He
is expected to make a decision at that
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