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Joe Birmingham iicked the Sox
in a ime-up composed mainiy 01
oungsters. The Naps have been
;cked so thoroughly that experi-
ents are being made with any re
cruit that reports. And that may be
a good thing for the team. A fine
opportunity is opened to uncover a
youngster or two of big league cali
ber. Callahan is not letting down the
bars, even though his team is in a
fc This is how John McGraw looks
this morning, with his Giants out of
the National League race. But how
would he have felt if his team had
been forced to meetthe Macks again.
hopeless position. He benched Dem
mitt yesterday because the outfielder
did not slide at the plate when he
had a chance to score. Ray came in
standing up, and was touched out.
Paly took his place and made a cou
Jack Fournier soaked two hits, but
his big stunt was stealing three
bases. It almost compares with
some of Ping Bodie's stunts.
Pirates easily licked Giants on
wildness of O'Toole and ineffective
ness of Wiltse. Harmon was a puz
zle. Konetchy pasted a homer and
Doyle a pair of doubles.
Browns bunched hits in one frame
to down Tigers. Austin banged a
double and single and Pratt two sin
gles. Weilman was a puzzle through
out Ford and Moran were effective,
and Buffalo won double bill from
Kay See. Chase knocked a triple and
Rebel Oakes knocked a triple with
the bags loaded, and Pittsburgh lick
ed Indianapolis. Knetzer had every
thing to fool Hoofeds.
Terrapins fammed Keupper and
Sloufeds dropped another. Kirkpat
rick unloaded a homer and double.
A report from Pittsburgh says that
the Buffeds have signed Wingo, Ma
gee and Dolan of the St Louis Card
inals. Like the well-known war bul
letins, there is no confirmation. No
body in a position to know will spill
MY LADY NICOTINE
Cigar, maiden meditation, fancy
Cigar stub, a woman with a past
Cigarette, sweet sixteen.
Cigarette stub, chorus gfrL
Corncob pipe, Irish cook.
New French, briar, maiden lady.
Old French briar, a woman talked
Calabash, fair, fot and forty.
New meerschaum, chemical blonde.
Old meerschaum, one's wife.
While other folks are reading
The bulletins on war,
He passed them unheeding
He's looking for the score.
, Peoria JournaL