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Jimmy Callahan feels like he was
managing the old White Sox. Yes
terday against the Cubs the Pirates
three times filled the bases and
failed to score. Once there was none
out, the second time one out and the
third time two out "-
Tom Seaton was the pitcher on
each occasion and the veteran went
about his task as only a veteran
could. He was not a particle both
ered and proceeded to pitch with all
his guile. The fact thatMcConnell
and Hendrix pitched only a portion-1
of the game makes one of them,
probably Hendrix, the logical starter
tomorrow when the Cubs return
home and play these same Pirates.
Then McConnell and probably Pack
ard will take a whirl at the Pirates
in Monday's double bill.
For the first time in the season
the Cubs and Sox will be playing in
opposition to each other tomorrow.
Both are sure of good attendance,
the Cubs being in the fight in their
league and the Sox having tight
competition in the person of the
Jim Archer is' not in good condi
tion, having a bad finger, but the
veteran catcher realizes that his
constant attendance on his duties is
necessary, with Fischer out of the
game, for the Cubs to keep in the
hunt Jim is also picking up in his
batting and was a big factor yester
day in the Cub victory.
It is probable Archer will get a rest
in one of the games Monday, Allen
taking a whirl at the work back of
The Pirates are not overly strong
at the present time and the Cubs are
fortunate in having four more games
with them at the present time. Cal
lahan lacks enough pitchers to play
four tight games in three days, and
his attacking force is not powerful.
New York Giants have refused to
waive on Eddie Mulligan, which
means the young shortstop may not
get to the minors for some time. Tin
ker feels the rookie too good a pros
pect to let go of at this stagp or the
proceedings and will not allow the
Giants to get hold of him.
Two passes, an error and hit gave
Yanks 13-inning win over Red Sox.
Ruth couldn't stand the pace. Ba
ker's two hits were important.
Jennings tried five pitchers, but
failed to beat Brown and Tigers lost .
fifth straight Old Ed Plank was good
enough to win. Cobb hit one single.
Cardinals bagged 15 hits from
three Red pitchers, winning seesaw
battle. Herzog and Jasper batted
homers. Long got a double and two
singles and Groh a couple of doubles.
Joe Stecher required 9 minutes and
19 seconds to get a couple of falls
over Wm. Demetral at the Coliseum.
But Demetral astonished the natives
by putting Stecher to his knees, -the
first time this feat has been accom
plished, and got $100 for the stunt.
John Layton, Sedalia, Mo., won the
world's championship pocket billiard
title, defeating Emmet Blankenship,
Detroit, 450 to 340.
Illinois 4, Ohio State 0.
Knox 4, Armour 0.
Harrison 11, Marshall 2.
McKinley 7, Austin 2.
Wendell Phillis U, De Paul 4.
St Ignatius 9, St Philip 4.
Proviso 12, Arlington 1.
Preesntation 5, St Agatha 4.
Michigan A. C. 3, Syracuse 0.
Purdue 2, Beloit 1.
Cathedral 14, Lake View 11.
Two additional entries were nomi
nated yesterday for the international
auto derby at Speedway park, which
is to be run on June 10, the week of
the Republican national convention,
P. S. Duesenberg handing in the w
blanks for a pair of the Duesenberg
Eddie O'Donnell, captain of tho
Duesenberg racing team, will han
dle one of the mounts and Wilbur
D'Alene will drive the second entry.
Two Sunbeam cars are also in the
running, being the first to be named
for the Chicago derby. The Sunbeam