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up the dust He got a-fr.esh start,
but'felLagain after traveling twenty
feet in the orthodox manner. After
that Ping was afraid to trust his feet
and went into second using the crawl
stroke. -He was thrown out at third
when he tried to. reach that station
on Jones' tap to Klawitter. Ping can
win the swimming championship
with that crawl stroke any time he
wants to forsake the beer wagon for
Collins' feet became temperament
al in the 'ninth and paved the way
for. the winning, run. Veach, first
man up, smashed a high fly to right
close to the foul line. Shano man
aged to get under it but slipped just
as the ball hit his. mitts. He batted
the pill against the .bleachers,. Veach"
getting a tripler and scoring, on Mor
iarity's bingle to left Collins was
lucky to get his hands, on the ball and
Veach was entitled- to a hit, but'he
wpuld have been held at second if
Shano had not done a Jake Stahi.
And he could hardly have scored on
Mortality's .hit, which traveled to
Davy Jones at great speed.
Lefty Russell pitched, his first big
league game and made good the
promise he gave last week. when he
held the Naps to one hit in three
innings. Six hits, were all the Tigers
registered.- Two were passed, and
three fanned. Lefty .made two balks,
showing he s,till .has some, rough
edges to polish. Takepi as. a whole,
his performance was "creditable.
iHarry Lord- is looming up as the
only pinch hitter among the South'
.Side regulars. Twice he drove'Rath
from first to -third with a single," and
each time Morris scored on a sacrir
.fice fly by Cojliris. '
Ted Easterly pinched for Weaker
in the ninth and' delivered his usual
bingle with none out Schalt sacri
ficed, but Pourriier, who .batted" for
Russell, and Rath were unable to
punch home the run,. Jones, Bodie
and Bortqn, got the other three of
the six hits knocked out of-KIawitterl
Jones, Schalk and Rath each stole
,a base. Bush was the only Tiger to
steal on Schalk. -
Bush had a husy day at short,
handling 11 of the 12 chances.that
came his way. He also poled a hit
Veach- soaked a. double and triple
and scored the winning run.
Moriarity and Vitt got the other
Eight Sox were stranded for want
of a hit, the same ,old trouble. The
Sox almost scored a third run in
the eighth when Collins got to sec
ond on his hit and Barton's sacri
fice. Bodie flied out, but Davy Jones
poked an infield bingle to Vitt The
latter tried for a play at "first and
Collins dashed for home. Gainorfe
perfect peg to Stanage nipped the
right fielder. v
It was -the fourth straight defeat
for the Sox.
' If the Cubs had lost yesterday to
Cincinnati Heinle Zimmerman would) '
not have been treated like a human
being by his mates today. Heinle
would have been as. popular as a col
ored gent trying to vote in Georgia.
And -with good reason. In the ninth
with the Cubs two runs behind Zim
singled and Saier doubled, putting
men on second and third. Good bat
ted for Evers and popped out Then
Zim'. riecl to steal home. He was
tagged out One run would have
done the Cubs no. good. They need
ed two, and a single would have
.turned the trick. Ward Miller then
came'through with a double, scoring
Saier, and. Archer tripled, scoring
Miller. If- Zim had not pulled the
circus-stuff the Ci;bs Would have won
in nine rounds.
The Bronx biffer made upfor the
fozzle in 'the ll'th, when he poked a
single after Mike Jjtftchell's double,
scorui&th.e ex-Red. 'Salens out Phe
Ian'spass and CorriJen's single gave
the Cubs another, run, and it was
needed, as the Reds scored once in .
tneir half. Tinker made'the final out'
when two of his hirelings were on
base. If' Joe han singled he would
have won the- game-.