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out a pitching staff, and, even though
Jim Vaughn is a large person, he
hardly comprises a whole staff.
The hope of the Cubs is that Che
ney wUl round to -form on this jaunt
and that George PiSrce will show
something when he gets a chance in
a regular game. Otherwise the road
ahead will be hard and rocky. Lav
ender and Archer were left at home
suffering from injuries, and Hargrave
will go behind the bat if the manager
Joe Tinker's Whales are in Kansas
City today, prepared to open a three
game set against the Kaws tomorrow.
Following this tilt they will return to
the North Side for a trio of battles,
and then swing through the east.
Tinker gave his men a hard riding
this morning in the Kawfed park.
Prendergast and Fisk pitched to the
batters in practice through a long
session. The sticking has not been
up to the required standard and Joe
sees little hope of ousting the Brook
lyn Tip Tops from first place perma
nently until his batsmen get their
eyes sharpened. Zwilling has not be
gun to hit at anywhere near his reg
Here in Chicago there is good bit
of enthusiasm over the way Pat Mo
ran, ex-Cub, has shot his Phillies off
in front in the National league scram
ble, and West Side fans are pulling
for the Phils to go through the sea
son at an active clip. The most en
couraging feature of the Moran feat
is that the games have been won
from the supposedly strongest teams
in the league.
Pitching of the highest class, mixed
with fair hitting, is winning for the
Phillies. Four straight games were
won from the Giants, and it is a freak
of fate that two of the winning pitch
ers were former Giants. Al Demaree,
with McGraw for two years, had the
satisfaction of blanking his old mates,
and George Chalmers, who .made the
training trip with the Giants but was
declared unfit, held them to two hits
If Chalmers makes good he will be
a great aid to Moran. He came up to
the Phillies at the same time Groyer
Alexander made his debut, but never
lived up to promises of success.- He
was let out by the Giants and then
grabbed back when McGraw handed
him a release. v
Tom Leach, all in, skidding for the
scrap heap, is doing some heavy
work for the Reds in the early days
of the season and holding together
the two wings of Herzog's inexperi
enced outfield. He is teaching Kil
lifer a lot about gardening. Leach
made the only two Red hits yester
day and scored the lone run of the
game with St Louis.
, Thirteen hits for Brooklyn off four
Brave pitchers, including Big -Bill
Wild Bill Donovan seems to have
told his Yanks that they know some
thing about baseball, and they be
lieve him. A team which makes
eight runs on five hits, three passes
and an error is going a few.
By getting himself sent to jail for
thirty days for licking a motorman,
Eddie Ainsmith helped Washington
to a victory. Griffith had to put Wil
liams behind the bat and Gandil had
his first work on the initial sack. He
soaked an important triple and dou
ble. Milan knocked a .homer.
A baseball manager has shot him
self. But you never hear of prize
fight managers doing that, except in
Tommy Burns, ex-heavy champ, is
in town representing a New Orleans
fight club. He has Jimmy Clabby
signed for one-half jof a bill for July 4,
Chicago 3, Wisconsin 0.
Illinois 13, Bethany 0.
Lane 5, College 3.
De Paul 18, St Phillips 8.
St. Rita 23, Holy Trinity 2.
Calumet 9, Curtis 5.
Evidently there are almost as many
"patriots" ready to bleed their coun-
try as to bleed" for it
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