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received the same treatment when he
We're glad of it. Rowland isn't
ging to knuckle under, even in an ex
hibition game, despite his monaker
Jasper and Russell were hammer
) ed. Reb gave nine hits in six innings,
and Hy was found for six in two.
That kind of pitching won't win for
an yteam. Sox got ten hits, but
couldn't bunch 'em.
Blackburne played sohrt, and
worked well beside Collins. Russell
is fest on the left side of the 'dia
mond, and will not force Collins to
wait on plays around the middle sta
tion. He cracked a triple and single.
Chappell is due for a ride back to
the second team. He has bean lead
ing off in the batting order and doing
no hitting worthy of the name.
Joe Tinker, manager of the Whales,
has a hunch that Rollie Zeider will
not be able to play regularly this sea
son. Rollie suffers from a lame back,
and Tinker believes he will be lucky
to have the former sock in the -game
half the time. He knows that during
that time when Rollie is at work the
third basing will be well done, but the
other occasions must be provided for.
Therefore, Joe, who used to be
something of a third baseman, is
going back to his first love. He will
leave the shortstopping to young
Jimmy Smith, who is fast as a flash,
and a fair hitter.
That will leave the third. basing to
be divided between Tinker and Zei
der, with a good man in the game at
the difficult corner at all timse.
, A short practice is being run off to
day at Shreveport today in prepara
tion for a game with the Newark
Feds tomorrow. Mordeca Brown at
the 'same time will take a squad of
seconds to Marshall, Tex., for a bat
tle. Ad Brennan will probably get a
bit of work against Newark. He is in
better shape than at any time last
season, and should star the pennant
dash a winner. Rankin Johnson is
also far advanced in ha, training.
Five high school swimming teams
attempted to give Lane a run for the
medals and cups in a meet held at
the Northwestern tank last night Of
the 88 points Lane splashed away 48.
FAMOUS BELLE A CRUEL WIFE,
Mrs. Mary E. Fish, great grand
daughter of Gen. Mariano Vallejo,
military governor of California under
the Spanish regime, has been sued
for divorce on ground of extreme
cruelty and threats to kill by her hus
band, an auditor of the San Francisco
municipal railway. Not long ago Mrs,
Fish sued for divorce on similar
charges, but a reconciliation was
' o o '
Once in a while you will meet a f el-
low who turns his mouth on when he!
gets up in the morning and forgets
to turn it off imtil he crawls back'into
the hay at night Cincinnati Enquirer,
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