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rENING WORLD, TUESDAY, JULY 23', 1918. ' ' '
THE EV
BEFORE EATING DEMPSEY'S
WAIST IS 34 INCHES. EXPANDED, 48.
SPORT WORLD NEWS OF ALL KINDS
FRED FULTON HAS A REACH OF 84
INCHES, PURSESIDE.
INTERNATIONA
L
SEE POLO GROUNDS GAME
4r
iThis Organization Is About
the Only One, Outside of
the Major Leagues, Still
Feverishly Awaiting
Washington's Ultimatum.
By llugh S. Fullcrton
Obtmhrtit mm. hi The IVm hlii'M Co.
line .xrw ior Krauni Yvuruj,
(AKKlt.VL.Ij spent yesterday In a
dcs'icrnta counter attack aimed
to poatpono Uic demise of the
business portion of the sport. At
Clereland tho American Lcaguo doc
tors wero striving
to inject nltro glyc
erino and keep the
patient breathing
In nplto of J Ira
Dunn's nnnouncc
mont thnt rigor
t mortis had sot in.
At Was h I n g t o n
"'Itho administration
'forcus wero study
ing tho nlttmtlon
anew, having boon
jyjjnppcalol to from
all directions to
rrant a rem-hivo at the lost mlnutA.
The National league, warnod that
im. Crowder had mercifully granted
Jie big leagucM until Wednesday to
Jllo new briefs (I. . show him) hastily
moved tho dato of their called meet
ing from Wednesday to to-day, and
lata yesterday all tho owners und
ihoso lntorted wore scurrying to
ward llttflbiirgh, whore the meet
ing will bo held, lnaUad of in Now
"York, where it wan originally planned
to gather.
Tho American League magnates
met In Cleveland, but with the trle
craph busy from Washington they
wore notified that Secretary of War
Maker and I'rovost Marshal Cnrwdor
h.d gone Into session and. tho cheer
ing word como from tho men who
wero at work at the capital that bnse
liall might be permitted to continue
tintll October.
Gen. Crowder's announcement that
tho baseball Interests have until
Wednesday mther cast a cold gloom
over tho optimists, and further Jarred
the sensitive Intellects of tho athletes,
who are very nervous and milling
around for fear they will hnvo to
fight for their country -whlrh Is con
ntdertd uulto an honor In somo quar
tors. B'
kAHKUALI. Is feverishly attempt
ing now to lock tho Ntablo door
jn'tor tho horse has escaped. The
.... . ...
American Association has closed, the
K.istern Ixiaguo has closed, and the
International is hanging on waiting
developments, Practically tho entire
International Leaguo was at tho l'olol
U round yesterday watching tho
Yunkeofi and thu St. Ixiuls llrowns,
battle through (if teen torrid Innings j
t0Thcre'ls a real chance that the Gov- I
rrnmont may extend clomncy to tho I
major leagues and grant thorn until t
Heptember or October to conform with
tho work or fight order. Hut oven , h .r,irLHon I it was declared there wero no other
if such a reprieve Is granted, tho "is own pers piroi non. b anJ Ui,lywa Involved In the deal. Toney
baseball business Is practical y L" was vt,l, ? Snrt, of ihn ' nnl" heen going poorly In lied
wrecked The magnate having 11 wnH evident that tho minds of tho , d nml the cianB0 to a New ork
il.mtnrl, their eomDlacnt belief that P'ayers wero not on the pastime. unf0'rni may do hl.n good. He has lo.t
through their complacent Dene: tnai ' flolded as if every liatted bxil nine of his lat ten games. Last year
their game was tpo Important for tho "an exemption, but they hit aa If he performed brilliantly, winning twen
tJoyernment to Interfere with, and w n"Pmio o?fort to keep u" ty. our and. .lo.Jng i
Hielr shortsightedne In forcing a
fleclslon without presenting their case
Hilly, now uro striving to do In a day
what they ought to havo been doing
'weeks ago.
EVKN If flio otub owners iraocecd
In convincing the Kedoral au
Ithorltlcs that thoy sliould bo pcrmlt-
ted to play out their rwhodiilos, the
races will bo inoro or loerj of u Joko
from now on,
Tho ownors may voto (und tho
Rational League, through llarnoy
PrfQ'tiiBfi announces that tfiicy will
vote) to continue tho season, but
thoy rookon without two other rath or
iirrportiint Itoma tho playore and tho
-public.
Tho major Voajnie prnyers wrthm
the draft ago and of deferred classld
ration who would bo affected by tho
rowdor order aro in a stato of panic
J'lpp and Ollhooloy disappeared from
the Yank oaim prior to yesterday's
p-one and nnvaral othora wore on the
running point.
In the camp of tho St. IjouIs
) irrowns Saturday and Sunday wero
. f remious. Manager, Jtmmy Hurko
upont tho grwitost day of Inn tnana
Kerlal career ntrtving to hold
enough players In tho fold to be mire
to obey tho orders of Prosldent
Johnson to play tho games oh nahod
iIpH until further orders.
Saturday night In tho St. Louis
MAJOR LEAGUE STANDINGS
JfATlO.VAl, IiKAOUK.
CT.rns w. 1.. re.
Clilcuro !il .."!
N, v. . . nn :a .iw
CMT1W W. I
Clnrln ,aV II
lluaton. ,:t7 -in
11 tu
ThUa
.41 ao ,s:io
.UO III ,I7U
llklyn .04 47 .IliO.Wukh ..47 41 ,a( rhlla .nil 4(1
St. U..'M ait ,40S
GAMES YESTERDAY,
rlttaliiirfhi 7 1 IhMton, 2.
GAMES TO-DAY.
ho anir aclirdulra.
HOW THE OTHER
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
it ARWbiirjti II. II. K.
JWitcu OOII00S0O0-S5 2
JMtislrtrsh 0 II 11 ."' 0 '.' 0 f I -.11 I
llatirnnr-'Arb ana Wllanu; bandrra ami
f (wjudl.
AMERICAN LEAGUE,
at Boaton Iln.1 rama. . , . , . It. H. K.
rtroit ooononooo o o ft t
Jkaien 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 0 1
cami was a riot. The players
swarmed upon the manager and Sec
retary Johnson, demanding that they
be given their transvortatlon home,
declaring that they were liable to b
put In Clam A and forcinJ to light.
They didn't want to wait even a day.
(This does not apply to all of them.
A fow luughed and said they wrro
ready when needed and would stick
to tho club until the Government calls
them for any lino of duty.)
Meantime the long distance tele
phones wero busy with players beg
ging for Jobs In the shipyards and
steel lcoguo teams. Olio player, who
only a short time ngo was offered
J3.C00 by an cx-enii!oyco of tho
Hrown to go to a shipyards ball club
was asking that club to give him a
chance.
Kvldently fighting Is not popular
with batl players.
Players running out on their teams
to tako belated Jobs In tho army or
navy or in the Government Industries
aro reported from various parts of tho
compass. It Is doubtful whether the
eli in hold the n lor o li
playnrs, even If the Government
grants the leagues exemption from tho
work or light order until fall.
A sad part of It from the stand
point of Interest in the races Is that
a i 'lii tin ii 1 ire.s.ing
the Red Sox, practically has dis
banded following Ownor Dunn's In
sistent declaration that ho wants to
stop the season ut once. Tho Hostsn
Ui'u Sox aim some ol the struiiKel'
ttatnn in.iv hang together fairly well,
and the Giants can hold quite a ball
club, their chances being much
boosted because Ilollacher und O'Kar
r 1 ii to . i' lerilay
Joined the navy and Kllllfer an-
Bounced that he was going immedi-
In the face of tho situation, the
hnmLiuiiMl lb,lln.l ki.I nlnan lin
to tho 'had of mo rati, announced the
purchase of Kn-d Toney from the
Cincinnati Hcds. .The changes In
those two teams mean practically u
cinch for the Ulants to win tho Na
tional Ioague pennant. If the races
continue, and tho lied Sox, with
Cleveland smashed, ought to wade
through to victory.
Without desiring to quarrel witn tno
Giant management, thn Prchn ot
avnnt nmi ino nrevinim iiurcuaHo Oil
Hob Steele leave rather a iKid tasto In (
ono'n mouth. Toney Is under a heavy i holder of the national title. It was 11 nip and
cloud and Steele Jumped onco to tho '
shipyards and camo back when thetonth, I promptly sliced a brassle ihot bad
Giants bought him. looked considerably slimmer. The long fourt
THK other element which the own
ers appear to neglect In their
hasty plans to keop tho game alive I
Is tho attltuuo or tno puonc 11 ino
public gets the Idea that baseball Is
slacking or that It Is not trying
to help the Government, keeping on
will be worso than quitting the sea
son entirely. 1 have an Idea that
the public would support baseball
,.ml r-et enthusiastic over It with
teams composed of kids and vete-ans
, j. k,,i n,ni .(, fn will lrlvo
P,tt.0b 'l?'1 yers of the
draft age who continue to play, even (
under the Government sanction.
There are symptoms or inai aireuuy. i
-T-rlIB Yanks and
llrowns played
I fifteen torrid in
ntngs voster.
&ny ftn(l nniahed tied on account of
darkness. It would have been better
to call It on account of exhaustion
or wet grounds. l'lng Itodic almost
i,! down In wot grounds from
reclassified. Tho effort to keop
the "pep" and spirit of the old game
was rather painful In spots. The
game started under a cloud. Tho
teams warmed up and were all ready
to play when It was discovered that
there were no umpires on tho field.
Kvans and Hlldobrand woro supposed
to bo on deck to offlclato, but Evans
hastened to Washington Saturday
..... i. nn
S." " .. . ;
tho leagues alive,
After a time Ijoolo Hlorhaiter, tho
veteran umpire and trainer of the St.
IouiH llrowns, and Mlko Donlln, tho
old Giant star, were dragged out Into
Hie Hwoltor and umpired. They did a
corking Job of umpiring, and Mlko
hod a lot of cloao one to handle,
whlcfh ho did with, great agility. Tnly
they looked better than tho majority
of umps wlio have worked on tho IoJo
Grounds this Hcoson.
Thormnhlon and Wright started
ami pitched well, but wilted In tho
heat. The Browns como from behind,
grabbed tho load, and then in tho
eighth and ninth tho Yanks ham.
mered out enough runs to Uo It up.
Then thev buttled six useless rounds.
with sadly pntohed up and reinforced
teams, and although there was a lot
of dayllgiht loft, tho omotour umpw
decided to conserve as much of It ns
possible. It Isn't fair to make volun
teer umpires work fifteen innings
with the thermometer at 94.
AMEltirAN LEAGUE.
re. I rr.nis w. 1, re.
,inTIOKton, ,B5 :m .IIIH
.tso' cifve ..bo ia ,r. in
ri.riis w. i rr.
Rt. U. . to IB .471
ClilriMo.ail 47 .Ift.l
14
N, Y...4.-i 40 ,.TJII Drtmlt ..'III SO .110
GAMES YESTERDAY.
New York, 4 St. I.uul., 4
(lfi tnnlnxal called).
Itoaton, 1 ndrult, O (iht ran'e).
lkton, 3 Drtrolt, O (Sl came).
Waalilorton, 3 Chleago, 3.
GAMES TO-DAY.
bt. IxhiI al New York.
IHtrolt at Ik-Ion.
CliUuio at WaHblna-too.
CLODS MADE OUT
Hattnnw-Jarota and Htirnrr: tkutt and
AaTir-w.
. At .ntwtzra Sn..rl nam. It II K,
Iirtrou 0 il 11 II 0 0 ft O 011 4 J
IVyAun ...... . . isuotiOoOW 7 11
a. wlli,u it!l0, if",tx"i
raitaaxT "o l o o n o o o l oisi "i i
wIti"r.:::Soi iSooooi-3 1. i
Iiattertea Oku sad Bcbals; ilaiptr and ltd'
I
Remarkable
How a Shot From a Stone
the 1916 National Championship and Made a
Big Reputation for
w
HHN a playfr under trying
golf shot It can bo fafcly
well remember one of these
pionship at Morion two years ago. It wan my first appearance North and it
was the most Imporlunt chamnionshln I ever competed In. Naturally 1
wanted to make a favorable Impression.
Things went nicely until my inateh
ous hole, a deep stono quarry being 'especially dangerous for sliced Hhots.
Into this wonderful natural hazard went my ball. My opponent walked over
and, seeing my predicament, asked If I was going to pick up.
13lng only fourteen at the time, my temper rather quickly came-to tho
KUifoco and I (lashed this reply: 'Tick up hell! Watch this shot." With these
words I let fly with a powerful niblick, the stout club-he.id Just catching
the ball right. Tho shot was made a llttlo easier because tho ball was
lying ;n a small patch of BOft dirt between two ledges of stin
Tho stroko wns timed accuratuly. the ball rlsln.' quickly and easily,
clearing the top of the quarry b.uk. It sailed straight for the green, about
i:0 yards. Tbo Iball stopped within seven feot of the hole, making an easy
putt,
ir. l-ownes was so surprised mm ' " im.... ........ hi..u urn
Uhls dlfllcult hole. This shot was directly responsible for my winning ins
match and It suppll d the reporters
Bilot Irom a stono quarry made by the
f I li rt TY fYt ft lilt St 1
V AtU' - - J
CINCINNATI. July 23. To strengthen
his slutky pitching (orco John J. Mc
Clraw has bought Fred Toney. the
big winner (or Matty's Heda last year.
Thu amount paid was not given out. but
with an earned run percentage against
him of 2.20 runs per nine Inning game.
CLBVKI-AND. July 23 James C.
Dunn, l'realdent of the Cleveland Club,
who on Saturday announced that the
locnl pirn woinu no ciospu oiirr win
day's double header, ald to-dny that'
the Indians will play Its fcheduledi
enme lnire to-morrow, provldiil tlm
Htntua of the "work or fight order Is
i , i, .riiiii,.v axil i'il liv that t nie. utlier
wl'e: I,!' said. the-CI-velnnd t.m. will
n,.t niiiv lis ir.imn with Nfw Ynrli on
that day. The game xchiKliili'd for
Cleveland at Philadelphia to-day has
been advanced, leaving tho Cleveland
tiam Idlo until to-morrow.
First Baseman Walter Ptpp of the
New York Yankees left (or his homo in
Crand llaplds, Mich., yesterday, as ho
will bo called Into the National Army
within tho next few days. Ilpp will
Join the naval branch of the aviation
service.
JAMB8TOWN, N. Y.. July 23 TCrlo
C. Erickson, pitcher on the Detroit
American League team for the past
two years, left to-day (or Camp Dlx
with Uie local draft contingent
nirLADKI.n IIa! July 23. Scott
Perry of the AUiletlcs ulowed the Phil
adelphia Nationals one scrairn nil in
an exhibition game. The only run ol
the gamo was (.cored by the AmerlcatiH
on a pass, out, ana single, inn game
whs for the benedt of Uie family of the
Into W a. Weart. Secretary of the
Ilosebnll Writer' Anuociatlon of
America, and moro than 5.600 persons
were present.
TNPTANAPOUS. ind.. July 23 Ty
Cotrb and Christy Mathewson have ben
nsked to mannge two all-star baaehall
teams to play In ten of the largit cities
of the country wlthlu Uie next month
as a pirt of the athletic programme of
tho International Patriots Athletic As
sociation. Under the plan suggested a
game tetween the two clutw, the play
ers on which would lie fdectcd later,
would be the principal feature of one
day during tno six days tourney
nlanned for each of the principal cities
o( the country this season. The tour
neys will begin next mouth.
Pirn-ADHLPHIA, July 23 Members
o( tlio Philadelphia Nutlonul L"igue
team are making arrangements to obey
the "work or fight" order. Pitcher
Klmer Jacobs snys he lntend.4 to go to
his homo in Mis.-wurl and become a
braknmnn on the Iron Slountaln Hall
road. Catcher Jack Adams. Pitchers
Hogg, Prendergast snd Oewheer nnd
Inflelders IJancroft, Pearce and Hem
ingway arc making arrangom-'nU to -ie-eept
Jobs with a Delaware Hlvor ship
building company. Cy Williams will go
b.wk to bia Wlsfiinsln farm, Justin
FlUgerald will help build shin at M m
Islund, CalKornla; Catcher I-Mdlr Rums
says he Is likeii to go to work In a Huh
iiirinnrv at Monleri.v. Cnl.: Outfleldnr
Mousel has spplled (or a position In tlio
ll ",,lua of Southern California. Milton
Stock will look for work In a Mobllo
(Ala.) shipyard, and "Dixie" Davis has
cnlUUd In too nary.
i.
Golf Shots
12 By Bobby Jones (Southern Champion)
Quarry Won a
Match in
the Atlanta Youth.
conditions makes a particularly good
nald that It Is quite remarkable. I
situations during the national cham
with Mr. Fownes, a veteran former
nd tuck light. Hcauhing the four-
dly and mv chances of winning
tecnth at .Merlon Is a treacher
much material about the womJeiful
youth slur from Atlanta.
by Experts
b
BOB JOMtCtb
Box Scores of
Games Played
By Local Clubs
tr. LOU 13 A), I SiW KIKK (Al.
all lb o !) lb ii a t
1I4L..I, to, . 4 O a 20 Imir. rf... I t 2 00
Au.Iiii. ... it 2 '1 2 I'l'.l.lotll. cf. M 2 I II
aJlrt. lb,. II 0 IT ild llakrr, .lib. . J 1 3 10
I Momltt, rt ii
Tobin. 1.. .
tt 2 I I'rttL 2ti
. O '4 ., WW
2 oil Hull. lb.
4 1
1 00
IJnI.'on, 2b, 8
Smith, cl. . 0
Vnukt-r, c. II
Wruht. p.. 2
HimilA. y... 3
r. 7 ol
2 Oil
; so!
2 1 0
1 3;
Mlllr..
O 0 O 0
II
Il . lb,
, 2
0
u uo
lh)lr. II.,.. A 2 4
I'Vnib, m, s
0
m, t..i 1 4 2 0
ah, ciio on
mm, p. i I o 3 a
Manna
1' nulilm. d. 2 i 0 3 0J
wtnrraa. p.. o u u w u
M"(rlil(t, p. o 0 0 0 0
IH.nl 0 Q 0 Oil
HlllhooW.. 1 i 0 00
O'Cinnot. c, U 1 2 1
Kaatliu. D.. 1 0 0 0
T.itilj
.61 11 O Zl 2
Total . n o lou
llaa llr.lt In Uw rwl.Ui lnnlnt,
titan for Hannah fn tiw ninth Innlnf,
1KHI lit Mt: in U"' ninili Inninf.
It l.iu. I) II II II O 3 0 2 O O 0 0 O O ft
Now York 0 o 0 1 I o 0 1 1 0 II () O 0 O I
((Ja-tne caPnl on aiint of tUrkixwa.)
MURAD
Turkish Gigarettes
ARE MADE ESPECIALLY FOR THE
DISCRIMINATING AND EXPERIENCED
SMOKER OFHIGH GRADE
TURKISH CIGARETTES
- a
The blendmtf
is exceptional
PfiYPTlAM rfir.AltE - nw
-
KUMAEAE TO PLAY
N BIG TOURNEY
AI GREENWICH
Many Other Tennis Stars Kx.:j,"ch"; " "ol b;ul'
J in I 0 wl" """w It throw It hard, too.
peCted to Compete, Beglll- You cin follow It with your eye. It
ning Friday.
Ichlya Ktnnagnc, winner of the
Now York Stuto singles champion,
ship tltlo on tho courts at film, will
be tho leading competitor In i In.
vltntlon tournament which will begin
on Friday at tho Greenwich Weld
(Jluu, Greenwich, Conn.
It Is expected that It. Llndley Mur
ray, who twlco dofcatcd the famous
Japancso pluyer when ho was hero
two years ago; Heals C. Wright, tho
former national champion; Nathaniel
W. Nlles, Theodore Iloosevelt Tell,
Harry C. Johnson nnd Walter -Merrill
Hull will also be competitors.
A special scries of round robin com
petitions has been arranged for tho
women's part of the tournament. Mini
Molla Iljurstcdt, the national cham
pion: Miss Marlon Klndorstcln, Mrv
George W. W'lghlman, formerly Miss
llaicl Hotchklss, tho national cham
pion, nnd Miss Klcanor Goss will par
ticipate In this event.
In addition to tho singles tuurna
montn for tho women nnd the men ot
the top ranking class there will bo
doubles and spcclnl exhibition match
es to till out thrco days on the courts.
Tho cntlro proceeds of the tourna
ment v. Ill lo donated to tho War l)
partment Commission on Training
Camp Activities.
Cudgel Given
Top Weight for
Handicap at Spa
Weights aro announced for the Sara
toga Handicap of 17,01)0 at one mils
and a quarter to Un run on Tliurmlay,
Aug. 1, the opening day of tlin mid
summer meeting of the Saratoga Asso
ciation at Saratoga Springs. Although
named, KourlcM won't race.
NEW INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE
don. W
. Ur.C. Club. W.1,1'0.
I 24 .871 NCT.rk 41 Jit .fc
) to ,2 hiiffjlo, . ... .14 42 117
tlluliamtoa. 40 :
Tnronto 41 :
ll.ltlm.rr. .. 44 34 ..VMISrruiu-.
r in .hii
HoWmttr... 80 31 ,KWUwt 1ll
17 68 .
.2X1
(iauitra Yratrrilnr.
Ulnjrhamtxm. 4; lluffalo, a (liml -mjii.1
JllOJtauiltwtl. Si lUiflalo. 2 (r-nxwl n
A If
i. irm.
ntr.min. uiitinaa-f.
flamra To-I)ajr
Toronto at tmv UU,
ltuffaJo at NW1.
ft" or at IWltlmnr,
ln WJL&
- " -
They are just
like meeting
your Best Girl
face to face.
REMEMBER There are no
others like your "B. G."
What London Daily Mail's
Expert Thinks of Baseball
LONDON, July 25
HAT should you watch .it
baseb.ill game?
w
Tho ball. Keep your eyo
on the ball.
If you do that you will
i not miss much.
When tho game starts, watch the
lias firiy feet o go beforo It comes
to the butter. Vou can tell tho battt.T
(rom the rest, tor ho Is the only man
with a bat. Yon can seo hltn swat at
the ball. If ho misses It, It counts
one strike. Mnybo he will wit hit
lit U und yet the umpire will call out
"Strike." Thut means It was a true
ball, light over tho noma plats In
front of tho batter, lower than hn
shoulder and higher than his knn.
Three strikes put him "out." Koui
wide or wild bulls thrown by the
pitcher give tho butter first base.
ou can tell when ho hltn the Dill.
It may soar high and go far. It may
drive swiftly along the ground. It
may fall not far In front of the battel.
In nny cose he dashes off ns fast as
he ran run for first b.uie. If the hall
soars ami Is caught ho Is 'out." You
can soo that. If the batter Is not
caught out It becomes a race for first
bnsc. If he gets there before tho ball
enn bu stopped and thrown to tho
first baseman he Is safe. In sunn
case ho will slay on first base, ready
to try for second base whon oppor
tunity offers, then perhaps for thltd
base, and even eventually hack to
homo base, his starting point, Uo
must, to score, gel there before hu Is
put "out" by his opponents, tho field
ing tenm, and before three other hat
ters of his side are put "out," Three
men "out" retires a sldo (or ono of
the nine Innings of a game.
If the runner falls to completo hia
weary nnd Intermittent course around
the buses, which are placed ut the
four romers of the big diamond, he
does not score. Nothing hut pasilng
the home plate makes a point In
baseball.
Watch tho runners. You can sue
one of them get to first base. You
can tell when he reaches second. No
one will need to tell you ho Is well on
his way to score when lie gets to third.
And If he come straining and sprint-
inir for 'home" ana gets mere witn-
out being touched by the ball In tho
hands of ono of tho fielding totin,
you will know it you
will feel It.
You will know that means one sccre
for the side that Is batting. The
teams wear distinctive uniforms. You
will not got them mixed. You will
know which one has scored. You will
shout In loud applause, probably.
RACING SELECTIONS.
YONKERB.
Flnrt ttse Koli-I-Noor. Paddy
Dear. Home Sweet Home.
Second llace Oath. Earlocjcer.
nnhmtrode.
Third Itnce OneUnd. Trophy,
Iluntry.
Fourth Itace flt. Isidore, Han
orla. Junqu'au Hout.
Klflh lUee Hamilton A., Cobalt,
Mldnlitht Hun.
Sixth Jlice The Trump, Taras
con, Peter.
Pome people do. Most Americans do.
Watch the ball as It roes Ilka a
streak from Ihn tilternr. Wnteh KW !:
when the hitti.r mnli, at It- KrenI !
your eye on It when he hits It Be1 hA
the fleldor slop it. Watch him throw
ii. rne nan anil me runner win m
fnr apart. Keep your eye on tho ImM.
Vou will see tho game If you do.
Thut Is the way to see baseball.
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