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1914 standard the other people on the
team are doing some work. It
doesnt take very good pitching to
win with, for the Brave batsmen are
slugging the ball lustily and scoring
a mess of runs.
Against the Reds they scored 17
runs in two games yesterday, making
11 hits to a game. Nearly every mem
ber of the .crew has increased his
batting mark within the past two
weeks, when the new uprising began.
Sherwood Magee has made a great
spurt, his earlier work being pitiful.
But the Braves are going to find
the road rougher this year. Some
other teams have profited by their
example and know that they have a
chance with the proper effort.
Ragan pitched in both games,
starting first and finishing second. He
gets credit for both wins.
Phils batted Qriner, while Mayer
held Cards. Niehoff soaked three
Hans Wagner hit Pfeffer for a
homer with the bases full, beating
Dodgers. Right Fielder Hinchman
made a double play unassisted when '
he caught a fly and ran to first base
before Pfeffer could scramble back.
Yanks ran bases badly and Tigers
won, though outbatted. Crawford
poled a single and homer.
Walter Johnson held Indians easily,
fanned eight, then made hit in tenth
that won game. Shanks played third
base for Washington.
Koob, Browns' new college pitcher,
stopped Macks with five hits. Walk
er's homer and single and Sister's sin
gle did Brown scoring.
Magee and Stovall watched their
teams from stands, Tip Tops winning
through tighter pitching.
Four Sloufed pitchers were ham
mered by Newark for 20 hits. St
Louis made 18. Rariden had a dou
ble and three singles and Kores two
triples and single.
Outfielder Sammy Mayer of the
Kansas City team of the American
asa'n has jumped to the Brooklyn
Hi Jasper, secured from White So-'
by Los Angeles, is believed to have
leaped to the Feds. He disappeared
from hotel where team was stopping.
Mordecai Brown, Whale pitcher, is
in Henrotin hospital with an attack
of nephritis. Brownie Is conva
lescing and will be in harness next
CLOTHING WORKERS' UNION IN
Success o fthe Amalgamated Cloth
ing Workers in New York city in their
recent strike for higher wages and
better working conditions has given
new life to organization movement
here and the Amalgamated Clothing
Workers of America report that they
now have a sufficient grip on the
clothing situation here to control It
the moment they decide to put up a
proposition to the bosses, which will
be in the near future.
Frank Rosenblum of the union
says: "The organization campaign
is making the Chicago employers sit
up and take notice and has them wor
ried. The successful fight in New
York has caused the tailors here to
believe they may attain for them
selves better working conditions and
they are flocking in the Amalgamated
locals in great numbers. Never dur
ing the entire campaign was there
more enthusiasm shown than now."
Liverpool. Despite Germany's
submarine blockade, figures show
that of 8,000 voyages to and from
Liverpool since war began, only 29
ships have been destroyed.
Petrograd. Reports from Lodz say
the kaiser entered the synagogue,
raised scroll of the law and informed
the congregation he was the Messiah
and had been sent by God to save
Paris. A French lieutenant who
captured a German lieutenant found
his captive to be of his own family,
member of a branch that left France
for Germany twenty years ag ,
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