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PAH.T CAPITAL JOP&NAL. EALBM, OBBMH, PBIDAY, MAT 16, 1913.
. PAGE THESE. SPORTS ALBANY'S LINEUP tDetails Meant to Show That Team Is Stronger Than When Salem Beat It Last Tear. It is announced from Albany that there will be several changes in the Albany linoup in Sunday's game, and the Albany bunch figure that the team is strengthened rather than weakened by the new men. The following was re ceived from Albany yesterday by the sporting editor of The Capital Journal: "Bill Patterson and Lyle Bigbee, loth of whom were of last year's pitch ing staff, will twirl again this year. Patterson has pitched all of the games the team has played so far, and ap pears to be in as good shape as ever. Bigbee has bees, pitching for the Uni versity of Oregon team, and has estab lished a reputation on the Northwest college circuit. He has not played with the Albany team iu any of the games thus far, but will be on hand next Sunday. Dave Patterson is catching again this year "The Dooley brothers, who played first base and second base on last year's team, are not with Albany this year, as they went to Montana, but to fill their places Manager Senders has secured Claud Swan and K. C. Kolbert, two Corvallis boys. Swan is probably the best second baseman in tho valley, and Colbert handles himself well at the initial sack. Swan fills his position much better than did Goorge Dooley, and Colbert is fully as steady as last year's first baseman, and both lads aro better hitters than the Dooleys. "While they don't clout out the long drijves that characterized Eugene Pooley's hitting, thoy are far more reliable hitters, especially in the pinches. "Carson Bigbee, who is rated as the best amateur infielder in tho state, is playing third base again this year. Not withstanding a minor to the contrary, Bigbee has played with Albany thus far this season, and will be on hand next Sunday to participate in the con test against the Salem Senators. "Minnie" Lee, who has been play ing shortstop, left this week for En terprise, and will play thore, so will not appear in tho Albany lineup next Sunday. As Lee has not boon showing up very well, anyway tli is year, his loss will not be felt. "Manager Senders has not deter mined who will play shortstop next Sunday, but it will likely be either Ry als or Grant. Ryals is a lad who played last year on tho Albany high school team, and is showing lots of class. Orant has not been playing any this year, but becan working out vester- lay, and if he gots in shape will make,for Rirl9 claiming that tho game is im- a strong showing in the Albany team. I modest. It is not likely, however, that "Michel, last year's hard hitting tho kicks wiu ,,avo B".v noticeable ef loft fielder, and leading batsman of the00' old Tri-City league, is playing left field! again this year. Captain Monson, The claim is made by Dr. Sargent, of probably one of tho best outfielders in j Harvard, thnt baseball is harmful to the state, is again in center field and spectators bocauso of excitement, nerve is back in his old hard hitting form, j racking and highly injurious, bred by Wonson had a batting slump the lat-a cloa0 Kftnie- 0thcI' eastern doctors ter part of last year, but is hitting Fa- baseball is really a tonic and a hard this year, and batted 1000 per hnilder-up, instead of exercising an en cent against tho Portland Northwest- icrvating effect. em league team hero recently. "While rattorson is pitching Lyle Bigbee will play right field. Bigbee batted well last year, and hns been hitting like a fiend at tho university this spring. When Bigbeo goes iu the box right field will bo filled by Mar tin or Ryals, unlcHs the latter is play ing shortstop. 'With tho possible exception of shortstop, which is yet more or less of an unknown quantity, Albany will have as strong an infield as any team in the valley. The Albany players ex pect a close game next Sunday, and whichever team wins will have a hard fight for the honors." The great question of fitness for self government constantly arises even yet MR. HENRY PECK AND HIS FAMILY AFFAIRS ( m.? mt T fro pontN f V0W "yHoT' BEUEve ,T e . ' ( ee.M TMfc nevcesr one to " . y pCL-- x 1 1 L f I gi New Way Corn Cure, GETS-IT Quick, Sure! JreTer Tried It Before! Yooll Marrel How It Makes Corns Vanish. There never was anything like "GETS-IT" for corns, and thore Isn't Blazes! You're No Business Baring Corns Use "GETS-IT," TliejH Tan. lsh! anything like It now. It Is the corn cure on a new principle. 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After scanning Napoleon Lajole's record, it is easy to believe the report that tho French are becoming profi cient in baseball. An "authority" says college athletes die young bocauso of the rigors of training. Another roars because of what he calls "the unwholesome noto riety given to the athletes in the daily press and the commercialism which has been built up with our colleges." An other critic wants basketball abolished If the report that Jack Johnson's money is all gone is true, he might as well be in jail as out. National League. W. L. Pet. Philadelphia 15 7 Brooklyn 17 9 New York 13 12 .682 .854 .520 .519 .517 .417 .407 .308 ,73 .607 .652 .586 Louis 14 13 Chicago 15 14 Boston 10 14 Pittsburg 11 18 Cincinnati 8 18 American League. 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