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MONDAY, J OA" 7, 1913
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
GUTS' CLIP 0
YOU HAVE TO BE A QUICK-CHANGE ARTIST TO STOP AT SUMMER HOTEL. By Goldberg
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BY A FORFEIT
Take First Game Easily From
St. Louis, 6 to 0 Second
Contest Goes to Cardinals 9
to 0 by Umpire.
Round Out String of Eleven
Straight Victories Phillies
and Dodgers Fall Cubs
Coming Strong.
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PAST WEEK MAY
MEAN PE1IT
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NEW YORK,
ftanding feature
.Just ended was
York club to If
tional
period
July 7. The
of thf basbrJl '
the rise of the.
rob-rship in the
league race. The ?"Vcn
with Its heavy schedule
OUt-
Vf-rk
New
that
Sackukd the Fourth's double headers,
v.aj5 a history making one, in many
Terpects.
Coincident with the upward leap of
'the (Hants ram.' the fall f.f thf Phll-
.rulelphiuns, who dropped fn m first
position for tho first time since early
reason, and of tho Brooklyn's, whop
rennont aspirations not a serious
Fotback through drubbinps by Boston
;rnd N'f.v York. Chicapo, on the other
:hand, ramo up with a rush, paining
,jrround fast hy its own pood work,
"while wide breach s were becing
;jnade in tho d f nsf s of two of the
other first division contenders.
Tho Giant char;f, however, stands
out not only as tho most signficant
liappcnings of tho week, hut perhaps
of tho baseball year so far. Perched
at last at th top, MeGraw's mon will
prove a diMieult hand to dislodge if
they continue playing In anything
like their present f rm. Their week's
record w;is feven fairies won and
nono lost, rounding out an unbroken
string of 11 straight.
As a matter of far t they have won
?f 3Ut of their last :'.2 primes. A clip
liko that is practically unbeatable, and
there are no signs of a let-down.
Samo Story in American.
Tho story in the American league is
almost the same from one week to
another. Some weeks the Athletics
play excellent ball and the next tho
quality is super-excellent. Last week
was one of the superfine sort for this
Fterllng team, which is so far ahead
,in the race that it seems almost' use
less to speculate upon the possibility
jof Its Ndng caught. They have de
Jvcloped tho faculty of winning almost
Invariably whatever the conditions.
Fir victories out of seven primes play
;cd wa. their record for last week.
'"Washington . and r.oston had one of
the most interesting series of tho
week, tho Senators coming out de
cisively on the long ond with four
Ftraipht. tho last a heart -break in p 15
inninp battlo in which Walter John
pon outlasted Ray Collins, who, how
ever, pltchod ono of tho finest pames
twirled this year. GrlHith's men have
not pien up hope of winninp out. by
nny means. They dropped only one
pame in live last week, the lowly
Highlanders takinp the second en
gagement of Independence day. Chi
capo and Cleveland held each other's
pace, the record for both being live
won and two lost, with one pame
tied. Tho showing of both teams is
pratifyinp to their supporters, recent
ly, that of Cleveland in particular, ns
it was feared the trouble over the
Iajoio matter and other team com
plications might affect the X'aps play.
Browns Ground.
St. Iouis did not do neaxly so
well as during tho previous week
and lost pround. Detroit also fell
hack throuph losing live out of eipht
frames. Th New Yorks played with
less spirit than for Rome time and
had a poor week of it.
Reports from Pittsburgh confirm to
a great extent the fear that Wapner
is about throuph playing as a reg-
! ular. There sems to be a danper
I .also that Ty Cobb's injuries are more
serious than was thoupht. Baseball
lovers will apree that tho pame could
111 nfford to lose tho services of the
' most brilliant of all its stars.
, The records of the panics played.
. won and lost, in each leapue durinp
. the week, with runs. hits, errors and
men left on bases is:
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Give Silver Edges Neat Trim
ming Eight to Two at Spring
brook Park Young Fans
Ten Men.
Jy trimminp up the Silver Kdpe
apprepation Sunday afternoon at
Sprinpbrook par, 8-2, the Hoosier
Creams put another hold on their
claim for the city leapue titl?. Cy
Younp held the Silver Hdpe boys to
eipht well scattered hits and at no
time appeared in danper. In the
meantime the Hoosier Creams smash
ed out a total of nine healthy hits,
pettinp enouph in the third inninp to
sew up the pame. five runs havinp
pattered across the pan when the
smoke cleared away.
Cy Younp pitched masterly ball all
alonp and when in danper resorted
to the strikeout route, fanninp ten of
the Silver Kdpe men. Smith pot
three of the Hoosier
strikes. The score:
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Werntz, c r
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Johnson, cf
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REAPERS AND WAYNES
- TIE FOR SECOND PLACEi
IT. WAYXP. Ind..
Wayne. went into a t i
field for second place
Sunday'.-, pame frem
PTfpat i'. by a score
July
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GRAND RAPIDS WINS FIRST
C.RAXP RAP iPS. July 7. Pieh
was hammered hard in the tlrst and
eighth inninps of an otherwise in
sipid pame Sunday and Grand Rapids
won the first of the Dayton series. 7
to 2. In the absence of a repular of
ficial, two players umpired the con
test, pivinp pood satisfaction.
Grand Rapids ...300 000 n4x 7 11 1
Dayton 101 000 0002 1
Clomons and McGraw; Pih and
Warren Compton and Ift tTer.
WINS BIG STAKE IN RACE
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Port W.tNne ..100 020 10
Wetzel and Snyder; Younp
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third ! tur.
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PA HIS. July 7. The Prix Du Pres
ident do Ia Pepubllque was run at
Maisons-Laltitte Sunday and won by
J. C. Watson's chestnut colt. Predica-
Yicomte d'Harcourt's Pcouen
secimd and the same owner's
Amadou third.
The race was at one mile, four and
one-half furloncs and was valued this
year at $20..r0o. Predicatur was 24
to in in the bettinp.
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LAKE LOSES PITCHERS'
BATTLE TO HAMILTON
St. Louis Prouns Defeat Tlpers in the
Ilnal Game by a Score
of Two Ut One.
PIRATES SWIPE
TWO FROM REDS
ST. LOUIS, July 7. "Lefty" Hamil
ton bested the veteran Joe Iike in a
pitcher's battle here this afternoon
and ,t. Louis evened up the series
with Detroit, winning 2 to 1. In the
ninth inninp, hotton sinpled and
was sacrificed to second by Stovall.
William's sinplc tilled the bases.
Johnston then secured his first hit
in many days and Shotton scored the
winninp run.
The visitors scored their run in the
ripht inninp when Hiph walked, went
to thitd on Apnew's poor throw to
first and Shotton's muff of Lake's
easy pop riy.
St. Louis 001 000 0012
Detroit 000 000 010 1
Hamilton and Apnew; Pike
Stanape. Umpires Hildebrand
O'Louphlin.
Cincinnati Loses First Ten to
Four After Using Three
Twirlers Adams Holds 'Em
at His Mercy in Second.
8 n
4 1
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and
MUD HENS TAKE BAT
FEST FROM COLONELS
LOUISVILLE. July 7. Toledo de
feated Lovisville Sunday, 17 to 7.
was heavy battinp by both
The visitors made six scores
first inninp and seven in the
Poth Powell and Lowdermilk
from the slab, partially
their wlldness. Lefty
There
teams,
in the
tifth.
were driven
because of
James wcls ejected from the pame at
tho end of the fifth inninp for dis
putinp a second base decision of Um
pire Handihoe. Bluhm's li?ldinp and
battinp was a feature.
Louisville . ..200 040 001 7 12 3
Toledo 600 070 202 17 17 2
Powell, Lowdermilk, Helm and
Severoid; James. Schlitzer and Krue
per. Umpires Johnstone and Handihoe.
STATE MAY AGAIN TAKE
HAND AT PORTER MEET
Governor Ralston Tells Irosecutinp;
Attorney Betting Must
Stop.
INDIANAPOLIS. July 7. Unless
Porter county, Indiana, can stop bet
tinp on horse racinp at the Mineral
Springs tracks at Porter, Ind., the
state will do so. Gov. Ralston Sunday
told W. J. Fabinp, prosecuting attor
ney of the county. The county offi
cial told the governor that only two
men had been arrested for bettinp at
the races, and that they had been
released upon recommendation of the
sheriff. After the conference Gov.
Ralston issued a statement in which
he declared lie believed that Mr. Fa
binp could and would stop all gam
bling in his county.
CINCINNATI. July 7. Pittsburph
won both pames of a double header
from Cincinnati Sunday, the first by
10 to 4 and the second 4 to 2. In both
pames Pittsburph received better
pitchinp and outbatted and outplayed
Cincinnati.
In the tirst pame Cincinnati used
three pitchers and all were hit hard.
On the other hand Hendrix, who was
on the mound for Pittsburph, kept
the hits scattered, except in the sixth
when Cincinnati made four hits and
scored two of its runs. Benton start
ed tho game for the locals, and besides
beinp wild was hit hard. He was suc
ceeded in the tifth by Harter, who in
turn was relieved by Johnson in the
eighth.
In the second game Adams had the
locals at his mercy. He allowed only
six hits, but one of these was a home
run by Dodpe with one on base. .Suggs
started well, but after the sixth in
ning he weakened and allowed the
visitors to bat out a victory.
Miller carried off the batting hon
ors in the first game while Dodge's
home run was the hitting feature in
the second.
Pittsburph . .002 mi 102 10 12 1
Cincinnati . .100 002 001 4 6 5
Hendrix and Simon; Benton. Har
ter, Johnson and Clark. Umpires
Quipley and Pmslie.
Second pame:
Pittsburph . .010 002 001 4 10 1
Cincinnati . .000 200 0002
Adams and Simon; Suggs
Klinp.
G. S. COOK, C. A. MAN,
WINS PENTATHLON
Takes Tirst in lOvery
Javelin Gets
Points.
Kvent
Nine
Kxcept
CHICAGO, July 7. G. G. Cook of
the Chicapo Athletic association, won
the Pentathlon here Sunday, the con
cluding feature of the eight days of
international athletic games. Cook
won with nine points, F. W. Kelly of
University of Southern California was
disqualified with C. V. Belote, of the
C. A. A. for failing to finish the 1,500
metre run. Kelly pretested that ho
was crossed by Belote in a manner
which deprived him of ajl chance to
defeat Cook in the 1.500 metre, the
final event.
Cook was first in every event except
the Javelin, whero he linished fifth.
ACTOR KILLS WIFE AND
SELF AT KANSAS CITY
KANSAS CITY.. Mo., July 7. Jeal
ousy prompted Frank Bailey,, a vau
deville actor of Atlanta, Ga., to &hoot
and kill his wife and team mate,
Mazie Edwards of Denver, and to
commit suicide here Sunday. The wo
man was asleep when Bailey fired the
fatal shot. They are said to he well
known on the vaudeville stage.
The pair were married in Chicago
three years ago after playing on the
same bill for a week at Chicago. In
the last year Bailey had become ex
tremely ealous. Bailey is said to have
threatened his wife at Warsaw, Ind.,
last Wednesday.
LEAGUE STANDINGS
NATIONAL LPAGUi:.
6 1
and
MILLERS i
WOrLI-Ri: ALPintWOMAN.
CHICAGO, July 7. Mrs. Charles
Washburne. formerly Miss Virginia
Brooks, who became famous by driv
inp vice from West Hammond, has
announced her candidacy for alder
man, or alderwoman, in the 20th
ward. There is a vacancy, caused
by the death of Emanuel (Manny)
Abrahams.
Mrs. Washburne's political aspira
tions doubtless will bring the legality
o! the woman's suffrage bill to an im
mediate issue. Unless forced to a
test, it was expected that the bill
would renvain unchallenged.
EVAS TAKE RAGGED GAME
TERRE HAUTE, Ind.. July 7.
The locals pot up a very ragged ex
hibition of ball here Sunday after
noon and although Evansville tried
to give the game away the Terre
Haute team did not take advantage.
Evansville scored the winning run in
the tenth inninp with two men out
and without a hit.
Evansville ..203 000 001 17 0 3
Terre Haute 001 001 310 0 6 10 5
Furehner. Sloan and Stratton; Mad
den and Hargrove. Umpire G roes-chow.
1!
Record Crowd Watches Twin
Bill Minneapolis Takes the
First Five to One Drops
Second Six to Three.
ST. PAUL, July 7. St. Paul and
Minneapolis divided a double header
Sunday before one of the largest
crowds that has ever witnessed an
American a-sociaton game in this
city. Minneapolis won the first game
5 to 1 by bunching hits off Rieger in
the second inning. In the second game
Comstock's wildness in the third in
ning together with hits by Scott,
James and Hincnman yielded St. Paul
five runs, enough to win 6 to 3.
Minneapolis . 0 40 000 001 5 10 0
St. Paul 000 100 000 1 7 1
Patterson and Owens; Relger,
Gardner and James. Umpires Con
nolly and Murray.
Second pame:
Minneapolis . .001 001 001 2
St. Paul 005 100 00 6 7 1
Comstock and Smith; Walker and
James. Umpires Murray and Connolly.
New York
Philadelphia .
Chicago
Brooklyn
Pittsburgh .
St. Louis
Boston
Cincinnati
AMERICAN
Philadelphia . ...
Cleveland
Washington
Chicago
Boston
St. Louis
Detroit
New York
AMERICAN
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Columbus .
Minneapolis .
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St. Paul 39
Kansas City 41
Toledo 34
Indianapolis 31
33
4 3
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CEXT11AL LEAGUE.
Grand Rapids 4 8
Springfield 39
Ft. Wayne 39
Dayton 35
Terre Haute 33
Evansvill e 2 8
34
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39
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RESULTS YESTERDAY.
National League.
Chicago 6-0, St. Louis 0-9. (Second
game forfeited, account Chicago's de
lay.) Cincinnati 4-2. Pittsburgh 10-4.
American IiCauc.
St. Louis 2. Detroit 1.
Celevland 6-7, Chicago 2-
American A"-o""vie
Kansas City 10. Vi aukee 0.
St. Paul 1-6. Mini: .-cipolis 5-3.
Columbus 'ia.iapolis 5.
Louis vl lb-
Toledo 1'
BLUES DEFEAT BREWERS
KANSAS CITY. July 7. Covington
Kicked up by perfect fielding and
heavy hitting by his team mates won
Sunday's game from Milwaukee, 10
to 0. It was the fourth straight vic
tory from the visitors. The locals in
the third made five runs on five hits
and an error. Kansas City made four
fast double plays.
Milwaukee . .000 000 000 0 5 2
Kansas City .005 130 10 10 11 0
Watson. Dougherty and Hushes;
Covington and O'Connor. Umpires
WILL KNOW BALLOON
RACE WINNERS SOON
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. July 7. Five
or six days will elapse before the
Aero club of America announces in
New York the official winner of the
National balloon race that started
from here Friday and eneded in j
eastern Michigan. The delay is due!
to the fact that the Aero club of!
America, the governing body of bal-
looning in this country, must examine
DAVIS UNABLE TO DO
IT AGAIN BY INDIANS
COLUMBUS. O.. July 7. Frank
Davis, who last week pitched a no-hit
game against the Indianapolis team,
was beaten Sunday by the same team
by a score of 5 to 3. Perring's single
in the first inning was the only hit
allowed by Indianapolis pitchers.
Harrington, after two were out in the
third, walked Benson and the next
five batsmen. Wi:h three runs
forced in. Merz wen: in and Gerb-r
was retired. Willis pitched the last
six innings not allowing an opponent
to reach first.
Columbus 003 000
Indianapolis ..001 02
Davis and Smith:
the barographs of the various bal-
loons, which all the pilots have sealed
and forwarded to New York.
As the measurem
the Goodyear is credited
flown 6 47 1-2 miles; the Kansas City I
Merz. Willis and Casey.
Westervelt and Irwin.
000 3 1 1
Oil 5 ir 2
Harrington.
Umpires
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dited with having!
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iPS TAKE 10
FROM WHITE SOX
Mitchell Holds Callahan's Men
to Lone Hit in Second While
Benz and Russell Are Driven
From the Box.
CLEVELAND, O., July 7. Cleve
land took two games from Chicago
Sunday. 6to 2 and 7 to 0. In the
first game both Cicotte and Vatlcen
burg were wild -but the latter re
ceived better support in the pinches.
Chicago scored in the sixth on Col
lins' single, Graney's error and sin
gles by Bodie and Schalk. and again
in the seventh on Cicotte's double
and Lord's single. in the second.
Cleveland scored on Rath's error,
Lajoie's single and Ryan's sacrifice.
Ryan's double scored ore for Cleve
land In the sixth and Weaver's wild
throw let in two more. Beall's muff
of Ryan's long fly let in two more in
the eighth.
Mitchell had Chicago at his mercy
in the second game, waile Cleveland
batted Russell and B mz from the
box. Weaver's single in the sixth
was the only hit secured off Mitchell.
In the ninth Mitchell ulled the bases
with three bases on I alls and then
retired the next three 'in orde r.
First game
Cleveland Old 00" 02 6 7 2
Chicago 000 001 100 2 7 3
Falkenburg and Cfiriseh; Cicotte
and Schalk. Umpire: Evans and
Sheridan.
Second pame
Cle eland .... 002 00 i 10 7
Chicapo ooo 00 ft ooo 0
Mitchell and ( 'Xeill Russell,
Smith and Schalk am! Kuhn.
pires Evans and Sheridan.
CHICAGO. July 7. Chicapo and St.
Louis broke even in a doubiehead- r
here today, the locals winninp the
first came 6 to 0. while the second
was forfeited to St. I-uis 9 to 0.
The locals bunched hits of Harmon
in the opening pame. and had little
difficulty winning behind Pierce's tine
pitching.
It was agreed by the manapers of
both teams that the second game
should be called at 5 o'clock to en
able the visitinp club to catch a tram
for the east.
orval Overall, who had not per
formed on the slab since he wroched
his back a month ago, was selected
to pitch for the locals in the second
and the visitors bunched enough bits
in the opening inning to make three
runs, bailee, for 't. Louis retired the
j locals in their half and Manager
Evers, began to 'stair. When over
all went to bat, he had one ttrike and
Bresnahan. who was In the club
house was sent for to bat in his stead.
Bresnahan walked leisurely across
the held and the crowd beuan to his-s
Finally he stepped into the batter's
nx. then when the pitcher :;ot in
position, he stepped out of the box,
and wiped his eyes with his handker
chief, but the umpire made Salb e
put the ball over and he calltd 'one
strike.'
Roulbach Taks Time.
The next inning Ruelbach came in
to pitch and he took his time warm
ing up. Mowrey opened with a single
to left and stole sei-ond then the locals
began tossing the ball about and
Mowrey was finally called out at third.
Konetchy followed with a homer. In
the fourth inning. Wingo laid down
a bunt to Reulbach and the pitcher
threw the ball wild to tirst. The ball
was relayed to Evers in plenty time
to catch Winpo at second but he made
no effort and Wingo went down to
third, and still there was no effort,
made to catch him. At this jum tuie
Umpire Eason who had cautioned the
locals and Manager Evers about her
attempts In delay the pame. walked
to thr stand and said that the pame
was forfeited to St. Louis by the scor.
of f to 0. Altogether only three in
ninps were played in almost an hour.
First game:
St. Louis 000 000 000 0 7 0
Chicapo 000 210 21x 6 13 1
Harmon and Winpo; Pierce and
Bresnahan. Umpires Brennan and
Eason.
12 0
1 2
Benz,
Um-
GRAND CIRCUIT OPENS
PICKED TO DEFEND CUP
NEW YORK, July 7. James E.
Newman of the Winchester Canoe
club, Winchester. Mass., was selected
Saturday night as the American de
fender of the international canoe cup.
The races will take place next Friday
and Saturday on Gravesend Bay
Brooklyn. Ralph 1?. Britton of Can
ada, is the challenger.
PROMINENT SPEAKERS
IN SEATTLE PULPITS
SEATTLE, Wash.. July 7. Many
prominent speakers attending the na
tional conference of Charities and
Correction, appeared in the pulpits of
Seattle churches Sunday. In the
afternoon a large audience attend d
the conference devotional exercis s at
a theater. The conference sermon
was delhered by Rev. A. J. McKel
way. of Atlanta, Ga.
F. J. Sessions, superintendent of tho
Soldiers' orphans Home, Davenport,
la., addressed the meetlnp on "Voca
tional training institutions."
CLEVELAND, O.. July 7. The
first of the twelve meetings in which
tho kings of the harness horse world
will contest, begin? at North Randall
track Monday, the opening day of
the opening meeting of the "l'Ji:;
prand circuit.
Following the order the trotters
and pacers will travel ho Pittsburgh,
Buffalo, Grand Rapids. Kalamazoo,
Detroit. Salem, New York city, Hart
ford, Syracuse. Dttroit, Columbus,
and Lexington, a swing of over 3,000
miles.
Nearly all of the horses who have
made for themselves a name on the
grand circuit, and many who are being
brought out this year, are quartered
at the North Randall track.
CIVIL SERVICE- EXAMINATIONS.
WASHINGTON, July 7. Civil serv
ice examinations for departmental
service in Washington will be held
next fall as follows in Indiana:
Bloomington. Sept. lo and 22 and
Oct. 15; Brazil. Sept. 10 and Oct. 15;
Evansville. Sept. 10 and 15 and et.
15; Ft. Wayne. Sept. 10 and ort. 2
and 15; Indianapolis. Sept. 2C and
Oct. 15: Lafavette. Sept. 10 and 2 5
! and ct. 15; Mari'-n. Sept. 20; NVw
Albany, Sept. 10 and 1 f and
Richmond. Sept. 10 and 27
Bend, Sept. 10 and 3r' and
Terre Houte. Sept. 10 and
Oct. 15; Valparaiso. Sept.
Oct. 1 and 15.
ort. i.;
; South
net. 1":
2?, ar.d
10 an d
UMPS GIVES GAME TO K.-S.
rohn Gerpacz baseball
f'-'d at the elos. of the
Sunday afternoon at
because the umpire
When the
team left thf
third Inninp.
Oliver's field
changed a certain ticklish decision,
the umpire forfeited the pam to the
K. and S. players. The play occur
'',d tin first bas when the umpire
'list gave a decision that a runner
was out, but later when he saw that
the first baseman had dropped the
ball he changed the decision. The
batteries for the K. and S. team were:
Hagerty and Kotel; and for the Ger
gacz, Kandey and Gr iber.
BREAKS MARATHON RECORD
STOCKHOLM. July 7. jean Bou
in. the French runner, in the one
hour race at the stadium Sunday
covered 13.021.30 rne'ers (11 miles
1.4 4.1 yards). This beats the world's
record of 11 mils. 1.126 yards, made
by Alfred Shrubb, the English cham
pion, in 1301. by 207 yards.
CUBS lillVT SENATORS.
The West End Cubs defeated the
Senators 14-10 Sunday afternoon on
Bertrand's diamond. The Cubs are
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