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best ball in the, league,- when .they
have their full strength in the game.
This full strength includes Bvers and
Zimmerman. These two men, im
portant cogs in the n,ewly construct
ed machine, weakened the team near
ly a score of times by being chased
from the game. If our figures are
right, Evers has been given the gate,
nine times and Zim eight We may
have added one can too many to Ev-'
ers' string. ,
John is manager, and, naturally,;
makes more kicks than Zim. That is,
he should make' more kicks. But Zim
,takes,care of? his ownoratory. He
doesn't want the "manager to do his
objecting. Arid1 he "is even more for
cible in his arguments than Evers.
For this reason hedraws the hook
many times when it not only isn't
necessary, but appears self-invited.
Evers has-drawn the wrath of the'
umpires more often than any other
manager in the big leagues.- The factf
that John is ar player, in the game
daily, undoubtedly has something to
do with this. He is more in danger
than the bench directors, some of
whom operate in citizen's clothes,
Fred Welsh, British" Lightweight, Who Will Fight Himself for Championship