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? -W$",ttr 1 to. furnish a forfeit of 25,000 to in sure its finishing- the, season. Some talk is heardirf electing Hor ace Fogel president -jof -.the league. So far the Feds have- conducted 'them selves in a level-headed jmanner, but the election of Fogel vouid be a sad blow to their cause. Not that we think Fogel is a crim- inal for his acts'inPhiladelphia, and for which he was punished by expul sion from baseball." Other men who were not touchea.were more culpa- . 'ble than the; th'eK president of the If he is elected president of the T'eds it is likely the new organization will be treated lightly by the news papers. And what the Feds need right now is newspaper backing. Mathewson was hammered by the Sox at Dallas, Tex., and the Giants lost, 9 to 3. Leverenz held the Giants I tight. Buck Weaver smote a single, double and triple. St. Louis furnishes the star pipe dream today. According to a delir ious space writer Tommy Leach is to go to St. Louis and manage the Capt. Heinie Wagner of the Boston Red Sox, Who Graduated from Hell's , Kitchen to a World's Series Team. Phils. He was' used-as a-catspaw, and his "friends" "deserted him when they found he was in hot water. . But since his expulsion Fogel has made nufnerous-cracks-about: how He would expose the - crookedness of baseball. H,e has failed" to" come through. He mufit produce or but ton up his mouth. Throughout the country Fogel Is ndt held in- high es teem by sporting writers. They ridi cule him and even worse. Federal League team of that city, taking with him Frank Schulte and Heinie Zimmerman of the Cubs. Jim my Archer and Vic Saier seem to have been overlooked.' Just how high an ambrtious boy, bjessed with ability; can climb in baseball, was never demonstrated more forcibly than by Heinie Wag lier, the hustling little field leader of the Boston Red Sox. ' About fifteen years ago Billy Ro- ,m