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Both Sox Teams Win From
Sore Arms Are Numerous
, Among Cubs.
There were no sore arms
among the Sox squad today fol
lowing their double victory yes
terday. Walsh, Propper, White,
Johnson and Mogridge, who
pitched for the leaguers, and
Scott, Russell and i Wolfgang,
who were loaned to Paso Robles,
and Smith and Douglas, working
for Santa Maria, all stood their
exertion in good shape.
Jacques Fournier, who played
first 'for the Gfeason team, wal-
loped two home runs and a triple.
The park at Santa Maria is hot a
bandbox, like the Paso Robles'
lot, and Fournier's swats -were
, healthy. Ping Bodie also nicked
a four-ply blow.
Kernan and Sylvester, a .couple
of Chicago boys, had good days.
Kernan played second base in
nifty fashion, and also partook of
two doubles and as many singles.
Sylvester pulled a brace of
Johnson continued to look
good. The Indian had plenty of
speed, but did not turn it all
Jim Scott was smacked for
eight hits in three innings by Cal
There was no attempt to get a
regular line-up, part of the old
men going to San tk 'Maria.,
Barry council won the cham
pionship in the K. C. indoor, lea
guej.by, beating Cplumfeus, 3 to 0.
..According to reports from
Tampa, strenuous kicks are being
made by some of the Cub players
against the training course laid
out by Manager Evers. The Tro
jan put the men at wjork the day
they hit camp, and they have been
hard at it ever since. Consequent
ly, many-of the players are sore,
both in spirit and body. Laven
der i& mentioned as one" of the ,
The present method of training
was inaugurated this- year by
Evers on the orderxof President -Murphy,
who declared his hired
men should get down to business -right
off the. bat. Time only can
prbve whether it is the right
method. Evers probably knows
what he is doing, andthe kicks
are undoubtedly exaggerated. If.
the men get down to weight in a
hurry and are in playing shape,
they will be able to take it easy
the last three weeks of the jaunt,
and be in fine trim for the opening"
bell on the West Side April .10.
No more games' will be played
with 'the Cubans. The Havana
gents were forced to"return home
because; of other engagements,
and were also peeved at the way
Evers and a few of the other Cub
orators barked at them. Before
leaving they presented' theJteam.
with a fighting .cock as a mascot.
The players are not.sure but what
this is a form; of r,eYenge,.as!Ey,exsf