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"over the landscape behind Jim
Vaughn and the Giants rolled home
a flock of runs through the crevices.
That is what is peeving Manager
Bresnahan this season. He cannot
understand how men so mechanical
ly capable in one game can be so por
ously punk in the next And neither
can any one else.
In the second game the Giants were
given three run-in the first three in
nings by bum support on the part of
Zim, Fisher and Archer. Otherwise
Vaughn would have been through
there with a clean sheet and could
have worked with more confidence.
Jim Archer, according to one of the
war correspondents, became so
peeved because he had to catch both
games that twice in the second bat
tle he showed his displeasure by strik
ing out on balls far over his head. It
seems a shame that a fellow has to
work all of one afternoon for some
thing like four or five thousand iron
men a year. And only have about
five months vacation.
Cents working on the city streets
for $1.50 per diem, happy in their
luxurious surroundings and con
scious of their soft berths, deeply
sympathize with Mr. Archer,
Today the Cubs are exhibiting in
Greenville, Pa, They will be home
Sunday for one games with Pirates.
It is about curtains for the Whales
in the Federal league. Tinker's team
is still comparatively close to the top,
but it lacks the ability to climb over
the clubs bunkering the path to the
Thirteen hits in the first game and
nine in the second for the Pittfeds,
while the Whales were making six in
the first and five in the second, would
make it appear that Joe's people were
beaten by slugging. But some slow
thinking by Smith on ground balls,
which doesn't show in the box score,
was responsible for the second de
feat, and the first was dropped
The Whales spent the day at home
and will leave tonight for Kansas
City, where they will scrap George
Stovall's people fpr fourth place. The
teams are now tied.
Mayor Thompson had better leave
Buck Weaver's poolroom alone. Just
look what the Sox shortstop went and
did in Detroit yesterday after the
mayor frisked him for his license. He
booted a couple that were disastrous
and spotted Detroit enough to win
with, even though the Hose did more
batting than usual.
There isn't any alibi for that game.
The Sox were outplayed in every de
partment and the shove down the lad
der placed the Tigers six games ahead
of the White Sox.
There is some psychology about
Detroit The Sox have taken one
game from the Tigers on their home
lot all season, and prospects aren't
any too' bright in the next two, for
Rowland used three pitchers trying
to stop the Cobb-Crawford onslaught
Ty only collected one single and
fanned once with the bases full, but
he swiped three bases on Ray Schalk.
Joe Jackson hit two singles and stole
Cheney and Marquard collaborated
in winning for Dodgers from Pirates."
Both were good. Mamaux outpitched
Coombs in first Hinchman smacked
Sixteen hits were made in Brave
Red double bill, Braves getting nine.
Nehf and Hughes pitched for Boston.
Compton got three hits in second
game and counted both runs.
Rixeywon, then Demaree failed be
fore Cards. Long hammered single,
double and triple in second.
Gallia and Boehling pitched tighl
and Nationals won twice irom xai
Milan and Shanks batted effects
Mitchell grave. Browns three
and fanned six. Roth clubbed tr
Buffalo knocked Reulbach outjl
Seaton saved Newark. Randen,
Dalton bagged three hits each.
Frost has badly damaged North Day
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