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sacker would have been, so peeved he
would have forgotten- his bum leg.
Dae has original ideas of surgery.
Look how he amputated himself from
the Cub payroll and was grafted to
There is liable to be one change in
the score card. Al Bridwell has had
no chance to work out since, his fur
lough and Evers may decide to send
Corriden to short. Bridwell will have
the call if he loosens up well in prac
tice. One of the Chicago teams man
aged to get away yesterday, but if
what happened to the Sox in Cleve
land is a forerunner of the fate in
store for the Cubs, let's have a little
Joe Jackson, Southern gentleman,'
by gad, suh, licked the wadding out
of 15 athletes belonging to us and Mr.
Comiskey. Jackson only walloped
three hits, but he traveled within one
base as far on them as our 15 wal
lopers did pn eight safeties.
Jim Scott was selected to pitch for
the Sox, and if Jackson, had suffered
from hookworm Jim might have
started with a victory. Scott gave the
Naps only six hits in six rounds, and
they were not bunched except when
Jadkson and that other husky, Larry
Lajoie, collaborated on some runs in
the second and fourth. Scott was
lifted for a pinch hitter and Cicotte
pitched the seventh and eighth, hold
ing the Naps hitless and fanning-four.
He whiffed the side in the eighth.
Vean Gregg held the Sox to two
hits in the first seven innings. Then
Cal began to can right-hand batters,
and wound up with an entirely new
team in the. field, all swinging fi;om
the starboard side of the pan. Singles
by Zeider, Bodie and Callahan, who