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was happy over, the postponement, as
"his pitching staff is weak, and needs
all the rest "it can get.
Bresnahan is recovering from the
attack of ptomaine poisoning that
put him on the bench, and should be
ready for duty in two or three days.
Phelan is still suffering from rheuma
tism in his shoulder.
As soon as Art boils out the pain
he will be given another chance at
shortstop. His fielding may abt be
sensatiqnal, but he can crown the pill,
and is fairly sure on balls he can
Hal Chase drew a large crowd at
Buffalo yesterday. He was responsi
ble for a big share of the 6,500 people
who paid admission.
Tris Speaker knocked five hits and
stole three bres in the Red "Sox
Yank double bill. Warhop outpitched
Collins in the first. Peck knocked a
homer. Joe Wood relieved Johnson
in the seventh of the second with.
men on second and third and none
out, and kept the runs from scoring.
Washington was ahead of the
Mackmen when rain halted the pas
time at the end of the fourth.
Cleveland batted threp pitchers
hard and the Browns fielded poorly.
Gregg was effective. Lajoie got back
to second base and made a hit.
Braves hit Tesreau hard. Strand
pitched last six innings for Boston,
knocking in the winning run .with a
double. Mann and Chief Meyers each
Reulbach weakened at the end, and
the Phillies nosed a win with three
runs in the ninth. Becker got three
singles and Cravath a homer and sin
gle. Tincup, the Indian heaver, start
ed for the Phils.
Pittsburgh returned to life, batted
Perritt hard', and played well back
of ConzeJman's good pitching. Wag
ner poled two hits.
Indianapolis lost at last, Kay See
batting Mosely hard. Gilmore and
Bariden each smashed three safeties.
Buffalo Won with chase in the line-
up-ioc-two innings. Camnitz pitched J
fairly for Pittsburgh, but Hanford's
homer settled things.
Baltimore outbatted Brooklyn, but
lost. Artie Hofman belted a double
Pitcher Carl Cashion has been sold
by Washington to Montreal of the
Cornell is a favorite for the big
boat race at Poughkeepsie this after
noon. Columbia is a second choice,
and the westerners, Wisconsin and
Washington, are expected to finish
well up. Among the Wisconsin men
there is a feeling of confidence, and
Coach Vail declares his charges have
an even chance of winning.
Washington has a crew of veterans.
Pennsylvania and Syracuse are given
no better than an outside chance for
A LOVERS' PIALOGUE ON HOME,
By Jane Whitaker.
There was just a little breeze, tan
talizing because it would fan my face
as I sat on a bench in the park and
make me forget for a moment how
intolerably warm it was, and then It
would flit away and the heat would
And all the whole boys and girls
walked to and fro, happy because
they1 had forgotten the intolerable
basements of department stores or
other intblerable.places where they
worked, and rem.embered only that
they had hoursof freedom and each
From a bench nearby that was al
most in the shadow a few words
would come once in a while, borne
by the same tantalizing breeze. Love
words, they were, because the girl
and the boy was planning to be
married and the girl was building in
fancy the "homeV they would have
that was to cost $14 a month rent
and $175 to furnish.
And then the very Proper Person
passed. And she saw those two little
nest builders-on the bench. And she