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was hit once. In the second game
Ruth, his young southpaw, allowed
five hits and fanned six for the en
These performances make it ap
pear that Carriganhas five pitchers
capable of starting a game on even
terms with Alexander. What they
may lack in natural skill when
stacked against the great Phil they
cancel because of the difference in
batting strength of the two teams.
And Alexander has not made his phe
nomenal record in a league which
boasts a Cobb, Crawford, Jackson,
Collins, Speaker or Veach.
Alex is a marvel, but he won't out
class by any wide margin the pitch
ers Carrigan can send to the mound.
And Manager Bill has five of equal
worth, while Moran has only Alexan
der, and no pitcher in baseball can
work three games in seven against
such a team as the Red Sox and get
away with all of them.
Red Sox won both games from the
Yanks because of good pitching and
Phils trimmed Dodgers twice, Cra
vath busting his 24th homer. De
maree, Mayer and Alexander were all
given tryouts. The first pair were
lammed lustily by the Dodgers.
Hughes and Ragan blanked Giants
twice, Braves making a-run a game.
Macks won two from Washington.
Myers, a rookie, held Nationals to two
hits and fanned ten in second game.
A 15-mile walking race will be held
at Gaelic park, 47th and California,
Sunday. Start will be made at 3
o'clock from "Western Madison. Five
and a half miles will be walked on city
street and nine and a half in the park.
Gold, silver and bronze medals to the
winners. Entries can be made with
Gus Hockstra, 105 W. 112th pL
Cardinals and Browns tied at 3 to 3
in 12 innings. Ames outpitched Mc
Cabe and Hamilton, but National
leaeue infielders erred miserablv
Whales defeated Chicago Heights
in exhibition game, 2 to 1. Heights
batters gotne- hit off. Miner Brown. I
I Pechous made two hits and counted
both Whale runs.
With the Northwestern -game only
two days off, Coach Stagg is still un
certain as to the line-up of the Ma
roons when they take' the field. Chi
cago has been forced to find new
men for several positions, and Stagg
was hopeful that the Purple would
be weak enough to allow experi
ments. The strength of the Ejns
tonians in the Lake ForestJJKoe,
however, will compel the Midway
coach to use his best material from
Northwestern has a chance of vic
tory, and this fact is being drummed
into the gladiators by the coaches of
the Purple squad. It has resulted in
peppery work by the athletes and
there is plenty of enthusiasm among
the student body.
Michigan beat Lawrence, 39 to 0.
The Wolverine line was slow but
powerful. Maulbetsch made three
Joe Mandot outpointed Rockey
Kansas in ten rounds at Buffalo.
Mandot finished at a terrific pace.
THIRTEEN PHILS ARE FROM
The Phils have 13 players in the
world series who were with other ma
jor league clubs before they went to
Philadelphia, The Red Sox have only
four from other big league teams.
The Phils from other clubs are:
Adams, catcher; Demaree, McQuillen
and Chalmers, pitchers; Luderus, Nie
hoff, Byrne, Stock and Dugey, in
fielders; Cravath, Paskert, Becker
and Whitted, outfielders.
The Sox got Hoblitzel, Gainer, Bar
ry and Gregg from other clubs.
Statesmen are supposed to be fa
miliar with public questions, but few
of them are familiar with the an
swers. o o
Great minds run in the same chan
nel even when there's a flood of