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and saw all of the pugilistic stuff.
He called the players on the carpet
between games and told them some
straight truths. His words had a good
effect, as the second battle was a
quiet affair and there wasno wrang
ling. All of those put out of the game
will draw fines. Formerly these fines
were $25. Now the president is given
power to assess a fine of from $5 to
Lange pitched and won the first
game for the Buns. Watson lost the
second before Pisk could be sent to
And this Fisk fellow is beginning to
look like a real find. He has more
balance and steadiness than any of
the youngsters on the Bun staff,
pitches with discretion and works on
Lange is a good man as long as
things come his way. But he has not
the experience and reserve power to
rally when his mates are kicking the
ball. Two nits were registered on him
in each of the first two innings yes
terday, but a double play on each
occasion pulled him out. That gave
the local semi-pro confidence, and as
his backers had made a' couple of
runs, he settled down and pitched
tight ball, allowing one hit in the last
McGuire is a pitcher of the same
type, prone to crack wlieh the rest of
the team takes an ascension.
Tinker knocked a dpuble and two
singles in the first game.
Walter Johnson's failure to win is
hurting the chances of Washington.
Cleveland beat the blond sniper .yes
terday, making seven losses for Wal
ter this year, as many as he dropped
the while of last' season. Behind
Johnson the Nationals do1 little "bat
ting. Bowman, a' Nap recruit, beat
Johnson tlis time.
The only Brown ran was a homer
by C.Walker. Leonard allowed' three
hits. Scott got two triples and a sin
gle and Speaker three singles' for
Cobb's single with the liases" full 1
enabled Detroit to beat New Yorljk.
Caldwell, and Dubuc both pitched
Marsans, former Red, played short
for the Sloufeds, who were walloped
by Buffalo. Krapp held St Louis to'
three hits. Delehanty got a triple,
and three singles.
Carr got a triple, double and twd
singles, Kauff a triple and homer and
Laporte a double and two singles.
Easy for Indianapolis to beat Pitts
A four-day series is opened in Bos
ton this afternoon by the Cubs. Stall
ings at last has his Braves kiting
along and strong opposition is assur
ed the West Siders. Boston has just
finished a clean sweep with Pitts
burgh, and this feat has filled them
Corriden will probably be back at
short, as Keating failed to hit dur
ing his time on the job. A rest yes
terday was of great help to Bresna
han and some of the other ailing ath
letes. New York papers are trading
Heinle Zim daily, usually to -the
Giants. Manager O'Day claims there
is nothing in the reports.
. West Ends, 9; Lawndales, 4.. .
Amer. Giants, 13; South Benu, 5.
South Chicago, 5; Roseland, 1.
Magnets, 11; Tigers, 8.
Romeos, 14; Ravens, 2.
Mutuals, 7; Pennocks, 5. ,
Loudons, 5; Ideals, 2.
Monroe, 8; Olympia, 0.
Unity 7; Eugene Field, 6. x
Enterprise, 3 r Central, 2.
Holy Family, 7 Nativity; 6.
Annunciation, '11; St. Edwards, 5.
St. Jarlath" 5; St, Thomas.'O.
St Elizabeth, 14; St'Martin, 9.
Carnahan, 14; Francisco, 13.
Athens, 13; Goethe, 3.
Teutonia,15; E.C. Race, 2.
Mandel Bros., 10; The Fair, 4.-
The smallest bird is a Central
American humming bird, about the
size of a bluebottle fly.
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