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southpaw was in for a drubbing.
Two runs scored for the Carrigans
in the v fifth and another came over
in the sixth. Reb Russell pitched
part of this inning, then two more ati
top speed, and was air-tight.
The second guessers were arguing
that if Reb could go this distance it
iwould have been easy for him to
pitch a couple more innings, and it
was plain he was needed.
Second guessing is easy business,
for you have no chance to go wrong.
That defeat hurt Pants more than
any one else. Make no mistake about
that; Pres. Comiskey says he is sat
isfied with Rowland and it's Com
my's ball team.
Felsch couldn't play because of his
swollen ankle. Using him a few in
H nings Sunday didn't help him a bit.
There was a bit of bad judgment that
needed no second guesser to con
demn. Boston presents a crippled fron(t,
but the team played great ball here.
Leonard was hit hard, but Ruth and
Shore had more stuff on the ball than
at any time this season. Duffy Lewis
poled two doubles and two singles,
being responsible for three Red Sox
Next to putting your money in a
private bank the most hazardous oc
cupation right now is catching a ball
game for the Cubs. O'Farrell re
ported to the team yesterday morn
ing, went behind the bat against the
Phils, and had a finger broken in the
first inning, making four catcher on
the hospital list, demons finished
the game without mortal hurt, but
the Phils scampered wildly about the
' Wilson is rapidly recovering frorn
A a spike wound, but Tinker is holding
him in reserve for the Brooklyn se
ries. All of Joe's efforts are centered
on those six games with the Dodg
ers. He is bitter against Ebbetts and
some New York baseball writers who
have poked "Federal league" at him
throughout the season.
Nothing: would please Joe better!
than to have some of the former
Federal leaguers on his pay roll come
through against the Dodgers and
tumble them down below the Phils.
Zeider, Mann, Flack, Yerkes and
Wilson are all ex-Feds and all of
them will be in the game.
Tinker can't be expected to show
much jn the way of a victorious
jaunt, considering the injuries his
team has run into. Cub catchers
have had an even dozen fingers
broken this season, which is just
about a record.
Myers and Mitchell each allowed
three hits, but Macks downed Tigers
Thomas, new Washington south
paw, held Browns to two hits.
Brooklyn lost ground by breaking
even with Reds. Cheney was winner
and Marquard lost Chase soaked
double and triple in second for both
Red runs. -
Schupp of Giants pitched second
successive three-hit shutout In his
last three nine-inning games he has
allowed y.one run and eight hits.
Grimes held Giants even in second.
The first game made 12 straight vic
tories for New York.
Eight games were booked in the
Litzinger cup series at the regular
weekly meeting of the Intercity
Baseball ass'n last night at 120 Dear
born st Following are the games for
Roseland Eclipse at South Chica
go; Utah Braus at Melrose Park;
Rogers. Park at Garden City; Jake
Stahls at Chicago Heights; Gunthers
at Kenosha; Merrimacs at Beloit
(Saturday and Sunday); Ashlands
and Mortons at Rex Tigers' park
(game called at 1 o'clock and winner
will play the Braves.)
Free lance games for Sunday:
Magnets and American Giants at
Schorling's park; Morris Reds at Jo
liet; Wayland at Peru, Ind- North
Chicago at Lake Geneva; Royal A.
C. at Logansport; Haskell-Barkers
and Laporte at Michigan City; Key
stones at LaketonInd,