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again it means desperate work for
Ffsk was hit hard. Tinker soaked
four singles and Zwilling -poled a sin
gle and his 12th homer of the season.
Callahan begins experimenting
with young outfielders today in Bos
ton, where two games are scheduled
on account of rain yesterday.
Roy Wolfe will he the first rookie
looked over. He gets a chance be
cause John Collins is hurt. Wolfe is a.
left-handed batsman and is highly
touted in Pittsfield, Mass., from which
obscurity he emerges to cavort with
the White Sox. He .was up with the
South Siders once before, but'failed
to show the proper specifications.
He should be allowed to take part
in more than half a dozen games.
The thumbs down sign was given
Cecil Coombs after he had shown
promise in a few games here, but
Ping Bodie still sticks to the team.
Buck Weaver was 23 years o'ld yes
terday. It is always well to keep these
important dates in mind.
Pirates were outhit, but downed the
Giants because of Bescher's poor
fielding. Babe Adams pitched well and
knocked a homer. McCarthy maced
a triple and Carey got three singles.
Marquard was the victim.
Braves finally lost, but Stallings
uncovered another good pitcher to
help Rudolph, James and Tyler.
Strand held Reds to two hits, errors
tossing away the game.
Two rallies and Cards downed
Phils, pounding Alexander; Perritt
and Beck hammered triples and Wil
son produced a homer.
Southpaws won in Tiger-Mackmen
double-header, Covaleskie and Plank
having the goods. Shawkey and Rey
nolds were beaten. Macks got four
hits per game. Plank fanned six.
Washington hammered Hamilton
and James in two innings, easily
beating Browns. Eng'el pitchedwell
for Nationals. Moeller got three hits
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Naps drove King Cole off slab.
.Yanks were easy for Hagerman. That
old wreck, Lajoie, prodded two hits,
and Chapman laced a homer and
Kay See won double bill from
Brooklyn, Cullop and Packard having
it on Tip Top batters. Tom Seaton
was beaten. Perring rapped two
triples in second game.
Indianapolis batted viciously, as
usual, and nosed out Pittsburgh.
Berry collected a home and Savage
a double and triple.
Seventeen hits for Buffalo against
St. Louis. Chase busted triple and
two singles, Louden three singles and
Hanford double and triple.
Jimmy Murphy thrashed Grover
Hayes thoroughly in Hammond last
night, police stopping the bout in the
seventh round to save Hayes from a
knockout Hayes was no match for
his younger opponent, and was a
beaten man from the first round.
Columbus, 2; Cleveland, 1.
Milwaukee, 3; Kansas City, 3 ((9
"Well, Jerry,I hear you have been
"No, sir! I ain't never been farther
west than Muscatine."