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tunates for if harmony disappears,
with it will go the fight and pepper
which have kept the Cubs at the top
of the heap.
Bresnahan has been leading the
league with a team that is not strong.
His pitchers have been uncertain
from day to day, the only ones per
forming with any degree of relia
bility and regularity being Zabel and
Determination and earnestness, the
will to win under adverse circum
stances, have carried the Cubs
through. And the greatest portion
of these commodities have been fur
nished by the manager's spirit. Bres
nahan is a winning player himself.
He fights to win, and he wants every
man who works and plays for him to
do the same.
The manager who gets earnest co
operation from his players this sea
son has- a head which is for some
thing besides a support for his hat,
as under the long-term, iron-clad con
tracts the athletes know their jobs
are safe, no matter what they do.
Johnny Evers is back in uniform.
He broke into the second game
against the Giants, batting a homer,
double and single, the homer count
ing both Brave runs. Hughes held
' the Giants. Rudoph weakened in
ninth of first game and Lobert's hit
Dolan muffed a fly in ninth inning
and Pirates scored four runs, win
ning first from Cards. Jack Miller
batted a double and homer in second,
-and Wilson triple and two singles, the
Cards getting a split
Becker's homer counted three for
Phils and beat Brooklyn. Chalmers
- Yanks made two in ninth, one in
-tenth, but lost . Speaker poled five
hits, his last one winning the game.
, Washington batted Wyckoff and
Davies, while Boehling was good. Mi
lan registered three hits.
Hal Chase maced two homers,
Tc-hfp.h irave Buffalo eve-lash win nvpr
jBloufeds. Ford was hit hard in spots. 1
Brooklyn batted well and ran bases
wild to beat Kay See. Seven sacks
were swiped on Brown. Cooper stole
home. Halt hit three times.
Koney's homer started Pittfeds to
victory over Baltimore. Al Wickland
poled a triple and two singles.
Steve Evans has been sold to Bal
timore by Brooklyn Feds. At same
time Pitcher Frank Smith was turned
over to Tip Tops by Knabe.
PATRICA COLLINGE TO GET
-V W .W "
Patrica Collinge, the young actress
who will be remembered for her in
terpretation of youth in "Everywom
an," has been given the title role in
"Pollyanna," another role requiring
Penumonia is a cross between a
Palm Beach suit and an, eastiwind.