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was right in refusing to let the runs
Where he made himself ridiculous
"was pleading wiA. the athletes, claim
ing they were making him look bad.
Some of the press gang were finally
appealed to, and they supported the
umpire, so Weeghman ordered Tinker
to go on with the game. Then Zwil-
Great stuff. The matter was entire
ly out of the hands of the umpire, and
reporters settled the game. Again,
fine business, from the standpoint of
Gilmore should get some umpires
with nerve enough to handle the
Putting Larry Chappell to work be
fore his leg healed cost the Sox a
game yesterday. Larry was slow in
left field, and three runs counted be
cause he couldn't chase the wallops
sent his way.
There was nothing to one game but
the pitching of CIcotte, and there was
nothing at all to the second. Some
figuring. Callahan had to use four
pitchers in the afterpiece because Jim
Breton had his finger split, and Joe
Berger went to work at third base.
Lots of fans have wanted to see the
German stationed there for some
time, and he has a chance to make
4ood at last.
Foumier busted a homer to win the
first game. John Collins knocked
two triples and a single in- the sec
ond. Austin and E. Walker also got
three bingles each, and Pratt and
Lavan each belted homers.
The Sox are traveling today to Bos
ton, where they open the final inva
sion of the east tomorrow.
The acquisition of Fielder Jones as
manager and part owner of the St.
Louis Federals is the biggest boost
the new league has received since Joe
Tinker threw In his fortunes with the
Chifeds, Jones, former manager of.
the world's champion White Sox, is ,
recognized by athletes as a hard-1
be taking a chance if there was not.
a probability of success. That he,
connects himself with the Sloufeds.
where patronage has been smaller
than anywhere In the league, argues;
well for the ultimate success of the
Detroit outslugged Naps and profit
ed by errQrs Moriarity got two dou
bles and a single.
Reulbach held Cincinnati hitlessj
for seven innings, and won again
Yingling was soft for Dodgers. Wild
Ed smashed a triple. ?
Indianapolis made 24 hits ana
smothered Pittsburgh. Hoofeds stole.
12 bases, Campbell swiping four ancj
knocking four hits. Carr pasted three
singles, double and triple. .
Good fielding enabled Sloufeds to
beat Buffalo. Groom was 'hit hardt
Schlafly rapped a double and two sin
gles. Mike Mowrey has been released by
Pittsburgh. He may be picked up bv
Brooklyn, which is badly in need of
a third baseman at the present time
because of OTdara s broken leg.
"Miss Flatt says the man she mar
ries must be something."
''Ah, I see something: tor noth-
headed business man.
He would not I tog."