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Lucky for Marty he wasn't on the
firing line yesterday.
We are rather skeptical about
'the next item we are about to ease
ease over to a helpless public, but
it's supposed to be news, and you
can take it for what you will. No
holeproof guarantee goes with it.
Pipe: Jim Flynn will begin
training early next week at Ho;
Springs, Ark., for his world's
championship bout with Jaek
Johnson, July A.' Flynn and his
manager, Jack Curley, leave to
night for the training grounds.
Flynn professes to believe he will
put up a hard fight against he
big smoke, and is3 willing t$ bet
his roll he will win.
We believe, with Jim Co'rbett,
that as a championship fighter,
Flynn is a. great fireman, but the
above is one of the little things
that enables telegraph operators
to eat and raise famines.
winning the game. One gaftie he
pitched against St. Louis went1
against him but he only yielded
three hfjs. When a pitcher loses
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The Cincinnati Reds cdntinued
their winning streak yesterdayV
trouncing the Cardinals, 7 to 1.
Esmond banged off a home run
kwith two men on.
Detroit knuckled tinder to the
Naps yesterday, 4 to 0, in ten in
nings, Bill Burns blowing in that
round. More important than the
game was the duel between Joe .
Jackson and Ty Cobb, the latter,
getting two hits and a stolen base,
while Joe was hitless.
'Jackson .will be out-of the game
about a week,as one of Burns
port, shoots caught 'him dh the el
bow. ' '
Now about that pitching won
der the Sox have uncovered, and
1 which we started to spout about
in the first paragraph.
His name is Rube Peters, and
he has done good work already
"for Callahan's band, particularly
against St. Louis. s Detroit, how
ever, proved a stumbling block
for the AmericanvAssociatioh -recruit,
but the Tigers are hard
nuts for any twirler. Yesterday
Peters went good for five innings
against the Browns, but was
yanked when he wobbled in the
sixth. The Sox were ahead.
OtJR PRECISE' ARTIST
:tHe took a little walk.
however, and Rube gets credit for