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innings against three good right
handers. Manager Tinker's Whales open
their invasion of the east in Brooklyn
this afternoon. Four games are
booked with the Tip Tops, and Tinker
will be doing well to get an even
break, for the Magee crowd has been
playing some real baseball recently.
Joe lacks pitching material for this
jaunt, and will feel better when Mor
decai Brown and Claude Hendrix re
join the team.
Despite President Cilmore's talk of
raids to be made on the two organ
ized majors, no plans are now afoot,
so far as can be learned, for securing
any more stars by the Whales.
Giants made twenty runs to beat
Cards twice. Mathewson knocked out
in first game, St Louis scoring seven
runs in one frame. Doyle clouted
four hits in first game.
Cincinnati continued its spurt,
downing Dodgers for third time. Dale
outpitched Appleton. Killifer hit a
double and triple and Stengel single,
double and triple.
Batting of Magee and Maranvill
beat Pittsburgh, despite Wagner's..
triple and two singles.
Wyckoff gave Tigers only three
hits, but wildness lost game. Cobb's
single sent in only run. Macks got
four hits off Dubuc.
Henry Schmehl and Dan O'Leary
will meet in a one-mile walk at Gaelic
park Sunday afternoon, when the
Tailten games will be staged. A lov
ing cup will be prize of .the winner.
A meeting of the Three-Eye league
will be held here Monday to consider
plans for the continuance of the sea
son. A movement is being agitated to
close up shop Aug. 15 because of cold
and rainy weather.
"I see one of your steamships is
fast in the mud."
"Well, a ship that is fast in the mud
ought to break all records on -the
SAYS PITCHER CALLED HER
"DEARIE"; ASKS $25,000 BALM
JV5ABEL JVSAE BAILEY
Letters, said to be masterpieces in
love literature, will be presented, ac
cording to attorneys, when the case
of Miss Mae Bailey, of San Francisco,
against "Death Valley" Jim. Scott,
pitcher of the White Sox, is heard.
Miss Bailey has sued Scott, asking
$25,000 for breach of promise. Miss
Bailey is quoted as saying she does
not want the money as much as she
wants to teach Scott a lesson.
Miss Bailey's attorney says Scott
wrote letters in which he called Miss
Bailey "dearie" and other pet names
and told how happy he would be
when he could see her again.
Japan is head and shoulders with
Indiana as a civilized nation, any
how. Her cabinet is crumbling be
cause of election rascality.
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