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the South Slders were to secure Joe
Jackson, Eddie Murphy was one out
fielder slated to go to Cleveland. Ed
die is top slugger of the team for the
present trip, and hitting better every
day. Simply because some faces
have become familiar to South Side
rooters is no reason they should be
retained if baseball isn't produced.
Today the Sox begin a five-game
series in Washington, to be followed
by four games against the Mackmen.
Rowland wants six of the games to
come home with a good showing. It
is a large undertaking.
Johnny Evers is still the champion
no-win baseball pugilist, having a
slight lead over John McGraw. He
called Fred Clarke a few names in
Pittsburgh and the Pirate manager
planted his fists on the Trojan's jaw.
John pulled his usual stunt of coun
tering with further villification, but
not using his fists. Braves won both,
getting first on errors by Wagner and
Viox, and batting Harmon in second.
Boston's four hite were better than
Detroit's eight, Shore being tight in
pinches. Barry's double was the win
Ayers held Browns to five hits.
Three singles were bunched on Weil
man for only run of game.
Chief Johnson pitched fine ball for
Kay See, and Pinch Hitter Kenwor
thy's blow in ninth won game.
fobin's two doubles and two sin
gles helped Sloufeds swamp Buffalo.
Crandall held Lords to four hits.
Wiltse and Knetzer were winning
pitchers In divided Brooklyn-Pitfed
double bill Finneran and Allen lost
Kauff got two bits per game.
Sanford Burke, pitcher, who jump
ed from Indianapolis of American As
sociation to Pittfeda, has been en
joined by court from playing with
Lee McMahon, city amateur light
weight champion, defeated Ed Vogel
in the feature bout at O'Connell's,
putting over a kayo in the second.
R. Norris Williams and Nat Niles
meet In the Longwood tennis finals
to decide which shall play Maurice
McLoughlin of San Francisco, pres
ent holder of the cup.
Wet courts forced postponement of
the western tennis championship
tournament at Onwentsia.
Earl Cooper, tuning up for the
four-cornered auto race at the Des
plaines speedway Saturday, circled
the track at the rate of 109 miles an
hour in his Stutz.
West Side golfers will have one of
their wants gratified Saturday when
the Harlem club opens its 18-hole
course. The new nine holes demand
good golf, being as well trapped as
the old nine. The length of the
course is now 5,985 yards.
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Maximilian Harden, German jour
nalist, who is taking an enforced va
cation in Scandinavia because of his
recent article commending Italy's
course, which aroused the wrath of
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