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fertrf -the Phillies and his gang -will
stand in that path and lambast our
Qubs to a fare-you-welL It begins to
look like -the Cubs are going to lose
everything but their health- and ap
petites on this Eastern trip.
There was ample reason for the
squeamish Mr. Evers to hold his nose
yesterday. Certainly his noted assist
ants could not hold the ball, their
lead or their heads up. Jive errors
were made by the Cubs. Zim pulled
two, Phelan made a new long-distance
throwing record, and Ward Mil
ler, occupying left field, sifted a
grounder through his legs.
"When a team can't win with 11
runs it is punk.
Cheney was handed a-flve-run lead
by his clouting mates. Because of
Larry's unsteadiness and some
cheesy fielding the Giants got back
three of these tallies. Three more
fo the Cubs in the second were
overshadowed by four for the Giants.
Cheney was not present officially
when these last doings were pulled
off. He had been relieved by Laven
der after filling the bases with none
Last week Lavender held Brook
lyn to three hits in nine innings, and
was hailed as a prop to the tottering
so-called Cub pitching staff. But
James Sanford is not ready to go
into the prop business. He nlght
mared through five calamitous in
nings yesterday. In that short time
he passed five Giants, hit three with
pitched balls, made one wild pitch,
and yielded six hits. Pierce pitched
the last two innings, and was no
Four times the Cubs took the lead
off Marquard before Leon.Ames went
to his rescue. The game was pre
sented to them, hut they didn't know
what to do with it
Zim got a double and two singles,
Leach a homer and single, and sev
eral other gents on both teams hit
welL Each side made 12 bingles.
Otis Clymer was fined $10 by the
limps' for making. toormuchiiiois&.pn. J
the bench. Some of the gents active-
ly engaged in the game "should have
been fined a lot more for the crimes
McGraw was chased for calling
Ump Klem a catfiBh, and will prob
ably get the same punishment given
BridweH was canned in the first
for kicking on a strike.
Frank Chance is here today to
start a four-game series with the
f Russell Ford.
White Sox, and it does not look like
the easy proposition for the South
Siders as was expected.
Five games have been won by the
Yanks on their Western trip, two
were lost and one, yesterday's 15
inning affair with,. Cleveland, was a.
ttewChancje.'has'his pitchers 4n -fair.