The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, March 29, 1933, Page 8, Image 8

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Tht OREGON STATESMAN, Satoa, Oregon, "Wednesday Mprnlng, March' 29, 1933
Wild Mat Bout
Wielding is
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Training Gamp Chatter
But Many Fans Claim Robin
Bashed Bulldog; Jones
Defeats Mitchell
At th climax to one of the
wildest ' grappling ' shows ever
staged In Salem, Robin Reed was I K&me.
28. (AP) Seattle defeated
the Pittsburgh Pirates. 7 to f, In
the first of a two-game baseball
exhibition series here today.
Two big Innings gave the Pac
ific Coast league club victory. In
the first Inning, the Indians
swamped the Pirates with four
rnns and put across three more In
the eighth. The National leaguers,
with Meine, Chagnon and Wood
doing mound duty, held the tribe
in check the remainder of the
awarded a Tictory over Bulldog
Jackson Tuesday night at the
armory, when Jackson failed to
re-enter the ring after being toss
ed out with Reed's famous flying
bead scissors. Jackson claimed,
and many fans thought, that
Reed, who went out on 'he floor
also In tossing Jackson out, club
bed Jackson over the bead with a
chair while they were out in the
Reed did pick np a chair and
they were at close quarters; but
Referee Vern Harrington by
awarding the bout to Reed ruled
that no foul had been committed,
and use of a chair as a club, un
less proyoked, would most cer
tainly hare been a foul. -
There' was plenty of action
throughout the bout, and Jack
son's previously demonstrated
grudge against Harringtott was
re-demonstrated in some haymak
ers In which there was "no fool
In." Reed won the first fall also by
tossing Jackson out of the ring
with a "sonnen plane" the Reeds
port editor claimed he bad Just
Invented; a sonnenberg aimed bo
that It enabled Reed to lift the
Alaskan out across the ropeo in
the same motion. Jackson took
the second fall with a hammer
lock. Henry Jones defeated Jack
Mitchell in the one-hour bout, but
did nothing to endear himself to
the fans while he was about it.
In thefirst place Jones held up the
show for some time, due. it was
said, to car trouble at Oregon
City. Jones also had his troubles
with the referee; and throughout
the bout, he consistently roughed
Mitchell to avoid the necessity for
Jones won the firsf fall with a
half wrlstlock and body press,
Mitchell the second with a Bot ton
crab and Jones thethlrd with a
Deadlock and body slam.
A boxing bout between "Mickey
Mouse" and Wayne Baker tilled
In part of the time before Jones
arrived. The bout was called a
The show drew one of the big-
gest crowds m ine history of
wrestling here. There was a
"queue" awaiting tickets In the
rain at 8:15, halt a block long.
Going into the last half of the
ninth two runs In arrears, the
Pirates started a rally but It was
good for only a single score.
Seattle 7 t 1
Pittsburgh 6H 1
Batteries: Sewall. Hajd and
Cox; Meine, Chagnon, Wood and
FORT MEYERS. Fla., March
28. (AP) The 1934 Philadel
phia Athletics will do all their
spring training In three weeks,
Connie Mack, the A's veteran
manager said tonight.
Announcing what la believed to
1e the shortest spring training
season for a modern league club,
the A's leader said the club would
have two practices dally ' during
that period, and would participate
in no more than 10 exhibitions In
the south.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala,, March 28.
(AP) The Washington Sena
tors made it three straight over
the Birmingham Barons by win
ning today's ball game, I to t.
Again the big leaguers' bitting
appeared on the up-grade. Heine
Manush walloped out a homer,
but with none on, while Goose
Goslin came out of his Dotting
slump to register Hire clean
smacks, one of them a double.
LOS ANGELES, March 88.
(AP) Strengthening of the Los
Angeles baseball club pitching
staff continued today when the
Chicago Cubs turned Leroy Heir
mann. big right-hander, back to
the Angels.
Yesterday Louis (Buck) New
born, another young right-hander.
was farmed to the Pacific Coast
club as the last player in the deal
which will send George Stainback
up next spring.
Herrmann won 31 games with
Los Angeles last season before the
Cubs recalled him. He won 3 and
lost one for the National league
champions during the final spurt
of the 1933 pennant race.
TAMPA, Fla., March 18 (AP)
Battering two pitehers for S3
bits, th Boston Red Soz avenged
a 10-1 defeat of last week by
trouncing Cincinnati's Reds, 10
toe . today.
With Bennle Frey on the
mound, the Reds held a one run
lea'd until. the fifth inning. Then
the Boston ian batters opened np
with two Utiles, and After Kolp
went to the box In the sixth they
slammed him tor 14 bits. John
ny Watwood. Sox light fielder,
got six bits In six times at the
OAKLAND, Cal.. March 28.
(AP) Airtight pitching by Paul
Gregory and timely hitting by his
team mates, enabled the Chicago
White Sox to defeat Oakland 3-0
In an exhibition gam today.
Chicago 3 10 0
Oakland 0 I 0
Gregory and Grebe; McEvoy,
Joiner and Veltman.
WOODLAND. Cal.. March 28.
(AP) Roy Mort, 19-year-old re
cruit first baseman, was farmed
out on option today by the San
Francisco Mission baseball elnb to
Wilmington, N. C Mort Joined the
club this spring following gradua
tion from high school In San
Manager Freddie Hofmann
started bis Coast leaguers on their
final week of training. Harold
Cloyes, rookie shortstop from San
Francisco, drew his release. The
Missions will take on Portland In
exhibition games her tomorrow
and Thursday and the Seals, Sat
urday and Sunday.
Camp will be broken Sunday
night. The Missions open the sea
son a week from today at Oakland
NEW ORLEANS, March 38.
(AP) The Cleveland Indians
were held scoreless by Fred John
son for four Innings, picked up
one run in the fifth to tie the
score, and then added two in the
sixth off Steve Sundra to defeat
the New Orleans Pelicans today.
3 to 3. Clint Brown was on the
mound during the first seven in
nings for Cleveland and managed
to keep the five hits he allowed
well scattered.
ASTORIA, Ore., March 28
(AP) Gus' Columbians. Astoria
independent team, advanced to
the finals of the lower Columbia
Independent basketball tourna
ment here last night by routing
Brownsmead, 54 to 24.
Burgess Ford to be Coach;
Good Meets Promised
For This Season
Burgess Ford, experienced high
school and college track and field
coach, has taken over the task of
directing the Salem Y. M. C. A.
track team for the eomlng season,
and reports that prospects for a
strong aggregation are excellent.
An attractive schedule Is being
arranged which' will Include a
four-way meet between the Salem
and Portland Y teams, Willam
ette university and Oregon Nor
mal school, on the Willamette
field April 22. There will also
be dual meets with Pacific col
lege, Llnfleld and Oregon Normal.
and a triangular meet with the
Portland Y. and Columbia.
Coach Ford has announced that
all men Interested In Joining the
Y.'team are asked to attend
meeting at the Y. Thursday night
at 7:80.
Some of the men expected to
represent the Y. are Page and
Blaco In the sprints; Blaeo and
Cross In the middle distance
runs; Garrett, Jesse Jim, Beal,
Drakely, Jones, Andy and Hutch
eon in the distance rnns; Wilder.
Vaughn and Larnard In the hur
dles; Barnum and Page in the
high Jump, Nelson In the pole
vault, Ross. Reid, Demmert, La
vay. Little Swallow. Larnard and
Blaco in the throwing events and
Page, Ross, Larnard, Blaco, Cross
and Garrett In the relay.
s7n irnvrp'ii
Deadeyes Beat
Hotshot Quint
In Close Game
The Deadeyes defeated the
Hotshots 7 to 5 in a Parrlsh bas
ketball tournament consolation
game Tuesday noon. Myers of the
Deadeyes led his team to victory
by scoring five points.
Deadeyes Hotshots
Myers 5 F Mack
Simpkins 1 F 4 Frame
Bailey ;..C 1 Etsel
Wirt 1 v.O.... Gutekunst
Milburn G... McTlmpeny
Referee, Harold Hank.
year there was some
talk of n Industrial ' golf
leagne, various basinee firms
to sponsor team in which men
benhip would be limited to
members or employes of the
firm. Nothing came of It at the
time, but bow with practically
all of Salem's golf activity con
centrated in one spot, the Sa
lem Golf club coarse, the idea
seems more feasible. The
Statesman will organize a team
Just as soon as It hears some
body else Is organising one.
We read in the Medford papers
that there Is a panning contest
going on down there. Yes, and
everybody In Jackson county
seems to have been enrolled re
cently, though many are not pan
ning as vigorously now .as they
did a few weeks ago. Ob. Reading
on, we find the story refers to a
goldpanning contest, but anyway
we stick to out story, that a lot
of plain and fancy panning has
been going on.
And they claimed that the
panning contest was bringing
Meti.'ord a lot of publicity. That
goes both ways, too.
Turn a flock of athletes loose
to practice whatever the current
sport happens to be, according to
their own gait; then watch them
and you'll find each one is prac
ticing the part of it that he does
well, not the part that is diffi
cult for him; at least that's what
-' Dec Keene tells hia machine-
t Iakbph and wa hive nnllvai) trim a
f v. . w - - -
things that appear to corroborate
Bat take thTcase of Loo Fin
ney, aJl-arms-and-legu outfield
er who went op from Portland
to garden for the Athletics this
year. Down in Fort Myers, Fla.,
they are saying that Finney will
make the Philadelphia fans for
get about Al Simmons.
Indian Team
Enjoys Good
Hoop Season
CHEMAWA, March 28 The
Chemawa All-Stars basketball
team, under the direction of
Coach D. Lockman and Manager
George Bent, has Just completed
a highly successful season, win
ning 11 out of 20 games played
and scoring 829 points to oppon
ents' 777.
The outstanding contest of the
season was one played with Par
ker's of Salem, a high-scoring du
el in which the All-Stars nosed
cut a 61 to B9 victory-
In winding up their season the
players expressed appreciation of
the excellent treatment accorded
them by all opponents, particular
ly the reception they enjoyed at
Reed college, and of the coopera
tion accorded by Coach Les La-
velle of Chemawa Indian school.
In making available for their use
the gymnasium and equipment at
the school.
Followlna Is the season's re
All-Stars 29. Parker's 40.
All-Stars 22. Llnfleld 21.
All-Stars 41, Salem Y. 42.
All-Stars 28. Dallas 30.
All-Stars 40, Salem 35.
All-Stars El, Woodburn 52.
All-Stars 36, Parker's 69.
All-Stars 36. Uarker's 69.
All-Stars 46, Y. M. C. A. 36.
All-Stars 67, Mt. Angel 22.
All-Stars 38, Reed college 39.
All-Stars 45, Dallas 61.
All-Stars 52, Reed college 14.
All-Stars 55. Grand Ronde 42.
All-Stars 61, Parker's 59.
All-Stars 35. Parker's 59.
All-Stars 68, Grand Ronde
All-Stars 36. Molalla 37.
All-Stars 40, Mt. Angel 36.
All-Stars 45, Dallas 37.
Visitors Will be
Welcome at All
Classes at W.U.
President Carl Gregg Doney of
Willamette university announced
last night that the faculty of the
college were extending an Invita
tion to those who wished to do so
to audit any of the school classes
which they cared to visit.
There will be no charge at
tached to the offer which Is open
Immediately. Those who care to
take advantage of the Invitation
are asked to make formal regis
tration " with Dean Frank M.
S izingXfpifsnators
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"Ifj GRIFFITH fefcAv
jggipr ru. follow fM sfl
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Good Battery in Prospect;
'Good Weather Awaited
As Opener Nears
With prospects for one pretty
fair battery but . the rest of his
squad an unknown .Quantity, Har
old Hauk, baseball osach at Par
rlsh junior high, is anxiously
scanning weather forecasts In the
hope of finding conditions favor
able for a few workouts prior
to the opening game of the sea
son, which Is little more than
two weeks away.
So far, the Parrish baseball
sauad has not been able to do
any outdoor practicing, and Hauk
visions an Initial game in which
he will have to Instruct some of
his boys whieh end of the bat to
grasp: There are some lakes on
dinger field, and It will take sev
eral days of dry weather to bring
about satisfactory playing condi
tions . .
Daman, a catcher, is the only
member of the 1932 squad avail
able for this season's campaign,
but Nick Serdots, who pitched
some good ball for Salem's Am
erican Legion Junior team which
Hauk coached last summer, is In
school and ready for action.
Parrlsh will play In the north
era division Marion county B
league, but the only other schools
havink baseball teams are Ger-
vais and Hubbard. There will be
two games with Leslie and some
other contests.
The schedule as drafted to date
April 14, Gervais here.
April 21. Hubbard there.
April 28, open.
May 5, Gervais there.
May 12, Hubbard here.
May 19 and 26, Leslie.
campus visitor Monday. He is
pending his spring vacation here
with his family and friends.
Sparks is coaching athletics at
Mealo Park, high school la. Palo
Alto and has made an snusual
first-year record, 'having coached
championship teams In both foot
ball and basketball. His teams
went through stiff schedules both
seasons without losing a game and
without injuries.
It Is recorded that Finney,
when he Joined the Ducks last
year, was a little weak against
southpaw pitching. So Lou. In
stead of dodging the portsiders,
hired all the left-handed young
sters he encountered to pitch to
him, and gave them a special bon
us If they struck him out. All this
happened in his spare time and
it's said Finney's hands frequent
ly were blistered when he showed
up at the park, from too much
bat-swinging In odd hours. So. in
case Mr. Finney should go places
with the A's, that's something to
remember about him.
Sparks Visitor;
Has Good Record
At Menlo School
L. J. Sparks, Willamette uni
versity graduate manager and as
sistant In the physical education
department, who is working to
ward an advanced degree at Stan
lord while on a year's leave of ab
sence from Willamette, was
WOODBURN, March 28 A
meeting of the legionnaires was
held at the Legion ball park Sun
day, afternoon. Pete De Quire,
manager of the ball team, has
signed the following players for
the season: Laverne Norton,
Johnnie Beck. Pete Brassell, Lou
Is Girod, Charles Batchelor, Herb
ert Saalfeld. Jerome Lutx, Donald
Manning and M. A. Neal.
This team was very victorious
last year, having won the cham
pionship In the Cascade league
with which they played; this year
they are the Portland valley
league, a much stronger and fast
er organisation. Other teams. In
the "league are Sandy. Oregon
City. Molalla, Sherwood. Vancou
ver Barracks, Kenwood and Co
lumbia B. A split season will be in
vogue again.
Officers of the league are Wil
liam Holes, president, a position
he has held for several years
Floyd Maddock. vice president,
and "Nick Sckavone will again be
secretary and treasurer.
The league plana to give a ser
ies of dances in the various towns
during the season to create a spe
cial reserve fund for injured play
ers, and other emergencies.
The first game for Woodburn
will be with Oregon City at the
Legion park here April 16.
A large aggregation of Legion
workers spent most of Sunday
making- the Legion nark one of
the best fields in the state.
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8CIO. March 27. The first
baseball gam of the season will
be played rriday afternoon. March
31, at Jefferson unless called oft
on account at rain.
Coach M.gH. Beal says that
Thonxh there are seven letter.
men on the Ueam, they lack ex
perience In the positions tney are
now playing, for tne euineia rrom
last year's team has been shifted
Into the Infield." Krosman. pitch
er. Is the only man playing the
same position he held last year.
A tentative lineup jor raaays
. a .
gam Has peen announcea oy
Coach Beal:r Krosman, pitcher;
Leland Millar, catcher; Richard
Quarry, first base; Keith Miller,
second; Todd, third; Eldred Bur
ton, short; Sims, lelt Ileia; Cren
shaw, center field, and either Don
ovan or Jackson, right field.
Anderipn Named
Football Coach
Fori Holy Cross
WORCESTER. Mass., March 28
CAP) The Rev. T. J. Phelan,
S.J., faculty; ai rector or amietics
at Holy Cross, announced tonight
the college had appointed Dr. Ed
ward Anderson of Chicago as head
football coach.
The announcement said Dr. An
derson was captain of the Notre
Dame team of 1921 and is "ra
tionally known as an All-American
He succeeds Captain John J.
McEwan who was suspended as
coach in the middle of the 193 2
season, and In the second year of
a three-year contract. Coach Mc
Ewan and Holy Cross settled their
difficulties after the captain hat
brought an Action in court to re
cover. ;
Bigby is Spring
Sports Manager
Max Bigby. sophomore from
Goldendale. Wash., hss been
elected spring sports manager at
Willamette university by the ex
ecutive council of the associated
students. Bigby was last year a
member of the managerial staff
of the Collegian.
Baby Arizmendi
Wins Slow Bout
LOS ANGELES, March 2? -(AP)
Baby Aritmendi regained
in some slight degree his fintu
prestige here at the Olympic audi
torium tonight when he won i
slow, ten-round decision from i
tall, ebony-hued fighter from ecu
dor, Pedro i Masquers. The babj
weighed 124 and his opponent s
half-pound less.
Sizing Up the Red Sox
Joe cronin hopes
to lead washington
Tennis Sked
For Schools
In Polk Told
The county high school tennis
schedule has been Issued by the
County Athletic association.
Boys schedule:
April 20 Monmouth at Bethel,
Dallas at Perrydale, Independence
at Falls City.
April 27 Dallas at Monmouth,
Bethel at Independence, Falls
City at Perrydale.
May 4 Bethel at Dallas, Per
rydale at Independence, Mon
mouth at Falls City.
May 11 Monmouth at Perry
dale, Dallas at Independence, Be
thel at Falls City.
May 18 Bethel at Perrydale.
Independence at Monmouth. Falls
City at Dallas.
Girls' schedule:
April 19 Bethel at Monmouth.
Falls City at Independence, Per
rydale at Dallas.
April 26 Independence at Be
thel, Monmouth at Dallas, Perry
dale at Falls City.
May 3 Dallas at Bethel, Inde
pendence at Perrydale, Monmouth
at Falls City.
May 10 Perrydale at Mon
mouth, Independence at Dallas,
Fans City at Bethel.
May 17 Perrydale at Bethel.
Monmouth at Independence, Dal
las at Falls City.
Each team Is to consist of three
singles players and on doubles
match. All matches will begin at I
2:30 o'clock. Play-off will be be
tween the two high teams for
boys and girls the day of the
eounty track meet.
Riskd Defeated
By Dick Daniels
(AP) Dick Daniels, Minneapolis
heavyweight, fought his , way to
a ll-round decision over Johnny
Rlako of Cleveland tonight. Ia the
tint round Daniels sent a right
to Rlsko's jaw which sent the
Clevelaader down tor a count of
ONE looks toward ths Wash
ington Senators and what
does one behold bat a das
sling, almost blinding sunburst, like
th political cartoonists employ to
get across a stunning idea. Ia this
case, th idea may be labeled PEN
NANT. -The
idea burns hotly ia th Sen
ators camp, and sends Its aurora-
like circles far and wide over th
easebaU horizon. Even our own
dear spotlight of fandom la taken
in by its luxnriant glow. We've got
to string along with th rest, and
say that the Senators look good
enough to finish first or second ia
th American League. That's how
they look. : v i ;:'TM
From wher w sit, it is hard to
. find a weakness In th aggregation
' that owner Clark Griffith has dished
out for Jo Cronin to serve p this
season. There is mat hittine- abil
ity,- fin pitching, topnotch fuitKng
and canniness n cad. Th team
looks as if it eaa more along swiftly
onoer au tnat power.
Question: Swiftbr noun to
pass th Yankees?
Certainly the Joseph wiQ hair to
consider himself a flop if he can't
manage a team like th Senators
into a doM race with th Yankees.
Th trades mad by Griffith brought
"Goosa Goslin and Fred Sehulte to
revise West and Kevnolds in th
outfield, and th southpaws Walter
Stewart and Earl Whitehill to bal-
ane th mound eontins-ent Thai
fellow Luke Sewell whom th Sena
tors obtained from Cleveland is n
brainy receiver and fans consider
his acquisition well worth the loss
of Fred Spencer's hitting abilities.
And SO the Tounr Cronin can
alibi not at all if things dont hap
pen when the Senators commence.
This slam-bang shortstop, just
toned 6. will endeavor to tnn in
th kind of work achieved by a
predecessor, th then youthful
Bncky Harris, who led th Senators
to a world chaxnznonshin in 1924.
: Here's a bit about Cronin, He's
th youngest man ever to wear the
manage rial shoes of a major league
team. A native of Su PniuHim
a went Into league baseball from
hirh school. He was taken tm H
the Pirates bef or h was 19, want
to th minors and then to th Sena.
tors in 18Z8. m 1929 he hit SX2
seems well established. In 1930 he
nit .340, and was voted th most
valuable player ia th leaarna.
xnings iook good zor Cronra and
for the Senators. It is believed
that h will have no trouble has.
dling th team. Notable is the fact
mat mere wiu a utu embarrass
ment on th score of having to boss
a flock of veterans who were for.
merry bis playing pals, because
there ar only a few ef those vet
erans on the Senators. Only Bhseg
at third and Ifyer at second have
been with th Senator more than
two seasons as rerulars. r
And so there is as much opti
mism about Washington as there is
in Washington. And that stacks np
freuy nign.
ists. an
Firing Practice
Will be.Started
By Pistol Class
Actual firing practice is sched
uled to occupy th attention of an
advanced group of plstoleers at
this evening's marksmanship
class of the local reserve officers'
rifle and pistol association, it was
announced Tuesday by. Lieut. Ro
bey B. Rateliffe. range officer for
th club. With 37 officers taking
sn active Interest in th pistol 1
school, th Indoor rang at th
armory would not accommodate
th entire roster ot gunners, so
arrangements ar being mad to
permit sections to fir at Inter-
vals. th first section being listed
for tonight, Lieut. Rateliffe re
All indoor rang -shooting will
be don with th J 2 calibre pis
tol, th heavy .46 calibre shooting
to b confined to -outdoor work
which will probably b started In
May. Th smsll-bor praetlc at
th armory , rang will b don
with th regular .46 calibre army
automatic pistol, rebuilt to ac
commodate .23 long rifle am-
, munition.
K RUTW. hooper.,
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THE Bed Soz, ne a big
money-makdsg team and win
ner of six American League
championships, went from good to
bad and from bad to worse and
van a baseball team cant go any
further than, last place. Yet Bos
ton is still a good baseball town.
Given any reason at all for hop,
th fans will tarn out loyally.
This year they have every reason
mmmm that Mod old f andom hop.
For the Red Sox hare put their past
behind them, and ar starting off
under new ownership, with sip in
their play, blood la their eye sad
Baseball was saddened to see Bob
. Qnina eliminated from the big
feagnti when he sold the RedSox
rrv w Yawkrv and Edward
Trowbridge Collins the great Ed-
Jt-l Onfini did th best h Could
with a wrecked team, and h waiV
td f or a break. He never got one,
' aoma folks say, until h found a
purchaser for ths team.
It was the wholesale raffling off
of stars by the late Harry Frasee
that wedged th Red Sox into th
groove that goes down and seldom
comes op. w aue s rase ownea im
team he sold Both, Scott, Shore,
Leonard. Bush, Mclnnis, lioyt. ren
nock and a flock of others all top
notchers. And when they went, so
did the Red Sox.
Now th new management is en
nnd in th srreat task of boilding
op th team. Before selling the out-
fit, (jutna Baa negouatea many
trades that practically mad over
th club's roster. It is conceded that
his trading did moch to strengthen
th team.
From ths Chiearo White Sex he
secured Bob Boy FothergCl, Bob
seeds, Johnny uooapp ana urec
VuHeavy. Thes additions should
help th Red Sox hitting battalion.
Hot men hav been taken on and
everr one. with ths exception ef th
champion batter, Dal Alexander,
wOl have to fight for Us job with
the team
Alexander wQ certainly b at
first base when th season opens.
His last year's battinr average of
J&tl was the highest in th Ameri
can Lean. With sluggers like Jol-
ley, Hooapp, 4 onnson and Seeds, the
Bed Sox will present a formidable
battinr array and that's a lot.
II Manager Marty MeManns can
overcome tha; outstanding wasknest
ef the Sox pitching there may be
sometnmg snout about a uoston.
a has Fan! Andrews, Henry John
son, Gordon Rhodes, Bob Klein, Bob
Wsilaad and Johnny Uichaels to
work with th whipping Into shape
a naxtery tast wiu get to team
somewner. And there are several
rookie hurlers who may pan out.
Th sal ox th Red Sox came at
a rood tiaa, and should do mnch to
st&en the feeling about baseball all
around. Wben men can be loon a
with enough eonfidene to sink
Slenty of cash Into a ball club, there
1 every reason to believe that the
tutors of th gam is not entirely
behind tt. f. Quit th contrary.
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