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other star of the present day is land
ed by Ward, Bradley will be reduced
to the ranks, but will be well taken
The earthquake shocks recorded
yesterday were probably the result of
the terrific mauling the White Sox
handed a baseball. In one inning they
knocked three honie rims and. scored
five runs, as many tallies as they usu
ally get in three games, and almost a
season's total of four-ply swats.
A close outfield fence helped the
long smashes, but Ping Bodie .caught
hold of one that would have been a
homer on any big league field if
Ping could keep nis feet long enough
to circuit the bases. Larry Chappell
and Alcock poled the other homers.
The day gave no line on the ulti
mate bating power of the clubbers.
It was the first 'day the pitchers had
been at work, and they were not us
ing any puzzle stuff.
A daily game will be played until
the squad is divided into two sections
and leaves Paso Robles on the long
hike back home.
Ed Walsh showed the advantage of
the two weeks of training he has al
ready had", but was not used in the
game. Before the combat he stuck a
few hot ones into the glove of Ray
Mr. O'Day's orphans nosed out an
other 3-to-2 victory over the St. Louis
Browns, leading to the belief that
Branch Rickey already has his Amer
ican League anchors iD top form.
They have played two games and lost
Except for the pitching, the game
was no great shakes. But the heaving
Lefty Vaughn and Bert Humphries
shot for the Cubs, and the combined
total of hits hung up by the .Browns
was four. One came from Vaughn in
five innings. Humphries allowed the
Vaughn seems to be about as far
advanced as any of the Cub rifle
corps, and looks as good as in the
middle Qf last season. He is big, of'
course, but it is natural heft, and he
drags it around the field with com
His fast one is as good as everjf
and his curves have their regular zipj
and crack. He and Pierce can be de
pended on to handle the left-handed
work for Mr. O'Day, and they maw
get some assistance from Utrecht,
who is impressing the critics favor
ably. Humphries is not yet cutting loose
with his real stuff. He will be care
fully nursed along, as O'Day counts
on him for many a West Side vic
tory this season. In the coming cam
paign Humphries should be a tower .
of strength. He has proven his abil- "
ity, and will be used right from the
Last season Evers did not realize
the worth of the ex-Red before the
sea'son was well under way, and then
Bert came along with a rush, having
a better winning percentage than
any other Cub pitcher. This season
he will be fortified by the confidence
that he gained in 1913. Before that
he had been shoved around the
league, and had never been any great
shakes as a puzzler.
The two foreign flashes, Messrs.
Zim and Saier, are still hitless Vic
played only part of the' game yester
day, however, and gave way to Moll
witz because of his injured leg. Wil
bur Good continued to hit, collecting
two hits. Jimmy Johnston annexed
Recognition may be on the way for
tile Federal League. 'The first sign is
seen in a tacit agreement between
the .so-called outlaws and the Amer-.
ican Association, whereby the Feds
will eliminate conflicting dates in Ail
A. territory. They have been provid-
ed with a copy of the A. A. schedule,,
already drawn, and will consider itr
carefully when laying out their, own,
Jack Quinn, the midget pitcher of
the Boston Braves, lias hopped to the
Baltimore Feds. . "
Fred Kahler, Nap, who signed a Fed.