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the lower end of the attacking force.
Eddie Murphy has been a big factor
in run-making since joining the Sox,
but lie is still a bad fielder. In Phil
adelphia they claim he will never
learn to play well on defense, but
Rowland believes his sticking power
overcomes the errors he makes.
Heinie Rasnussen, the pitcher who
won a Tribune trip with the Whales,
pitched part of a game against New
ark. It was only one inning, but
it seemed longer to Heinie. At its
conclusion he had decided that they
"don't hit at bad ones up here."
Heinie passed a couple, made a pair
of wild pitches, fanned two, was hit
once and two runs scored.
Tinker didn't think a lot of him
when the inning was over. ,
Black and Prendergast were a lit
tle better than the Trib tripper while
they were in the center of the dia
mond. When President Gilmore of the
Feds announced the mud ball was to
be abolished the Whales chirked up,
for they believed Ed Reulbach would
lose his effectiveness. But Ed let
them down with a pair of singles.
Red Sox climbed by beating Browns
twice. Rickey used five pitchers in
first. Speaker hit three singles and
triple for the day. Wood and Leonard
were always effective. it
Gallia held Tigers to four hits and
errors helped Washington score.
Cobb failed to connect
Carroll Brown started his first
game of the year in New York and
stopped Indians with six bingles. Mor
ton was soft for Yanks.
Ragan was knocked out in first by
Cards, then stood them off with five
hits in second game. Maranville, Mo
ran, Evers and Fitzpatrick did Bos
ton's best batting. Long of CardsJ
hit homer, triple, double and two sin
gles in eight times.
.. Pittfeds hit Suggs in 14th and
.won. Rogge scattered the hits.
Brooklyn rallied with two out in
idnth and beat Kawfeds, knocking
Borton cracked four hits and
Ward Miller and Kores three each
when Sloufeds smeared Buffalo. Be
dient was soft
Terry McGovern wants to play a
new role in the ring. He has applied
to the New York boxing commission
for a referee's license in case the Em
pire state decides to sanction bouts
to a decision.
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WIFE MAY KEEP HUBBY OUT OF
Mrs. Dario Resta, wife of the fa
mous speed king, does not want her
husband to enter the Elgin National
auto race this year, as it was in this
event last year that her brother,
Spencer Wishart, lost his life.
In his big, fine office sat old man,Foy,
His wife had run off with the office
He didn't take it the way that most
"You see," said he, "the boy wasn't
much good!" .