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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 06, 1913, Image 10

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eikht innffig? Hes&toppca the loeaia
with a small blngle, which "Tom
Leach pushed through short on a
Mt-and-fUll play, ft was a luck swat
Otto, however, Wanted a Ohe-hit
game, and continued to embroider
curves and slow balla along the shirt
fronts of the Cubs. Then Sohulte
poked a single to right, and when it
went through Titus for tbree bases
Otto said "What's the use?" and Jol
lied the "West Siders along. Before
the inning was over they had ac
quired four runs on five hits. Otto
is some kidder, even if he iBn't a kid.
More reBt for tarry Cheney if he
is to remain effective through the
season. Evers has been working the
Cub star too often in d frantic effort
to keep his team in the race, and the
wear and tear of almost dally labor
is beginning to tell on the big feilow.
In the fifth inning, after Larry had
been jolted for" four .hits and three
runs, he wrapped some extra stuff on
the ball, and fanned Slugging Bill
Sweeney for the third out, while Con
nolly perished on third. This extra
exertion seemed to take everything
out of Cheney, and after he had
passed one man'in the sftth and been
soaked for a double by another, he
Was given a reprieve, Humphries go
lag to the front. When Cheney is
right and allowed to pitch m turn he
is ohe of the best slabbers in the
business. There is no question of
Larry's willingness. Ho is ready to
Give not away to woe and grier,
Andj .though the sky Jodks dark
and gray,.
Surrender not Unto despair.
TheiHdfa Team may win out to-
aay ,
1 act whenever caned upon, but ho
can't stand constant battering and
still go good. HI next effort will
probably be against the Giants Sun
day or Monday.
Mike Mitchell is acting like the
Mike of old with the bat. Off to a
punk start) he began to climb about
three weeks ago, and has been-wal-loping
steadily. He is the only one
or the three outfielders who started
the season who has managed to stick
In the game with any regularity. His
homer yesterday with two on in the
ninth was a terrific fly which rolled
under the signboards in center field.
Maranvfiler the Braf e shortstop, is
the" real midget of the-diamond, but
there is nothing small abbut his wof k.
He made a leaping one-hand stab of
a drive by schulte that was a hum
mer. The fact the Sbx have taken two
games out of three from Boston iff
cheering news, but here's a little in
formation that causes real enthus
iasm. John Beall, discarded Cleveland
outfielder, sent tb Milwaukee, is to
become & member" of the White B6
President comiakey' of the SdUth
Siders hotifled the Milwaukee man
agement that he Had not waived 83
Beall, and wanted him at oflCe. Thia
filhlffiri nnrm

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