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. ankees Blanked by Tigers, 2 to ()?
-Giants Lose to Reds, 3 to 2,
and Drop to Second P|3Ct
First Base Is Dead Line ior
Hugmen. Who Get Only 2 Hits
Pille;te*s(,ruat Pitching (ompl.tel) Stop- Vu York?
er?* and l-teii.lrr** Null and Void Some Fancy Fling
in?; by Bob Shan key: Poor Ficldin?: If (IomI?v
By John Kieran
?.'t call him "Herman l'ilU-tt?-. tha* | ' but
irnotncn of which he ia deserving. "Herman, the magicum."
The lanky right-hander on ' 'c-ipc-d forth on the Polo
'ms and shut out the
disconsolate Yankee? by th< t-? 0. holding the once-famed Mur
?i_v^r.' !?,._? in tli?. mini nf hi? ?inpurv hand nnil limitin? tlr? ii-l.nl? trnnr>_
o? Yar.k M pair of hits.
It was a comeback effort, too. This?
garre I ????? [crson appeared on the
mound in th? first game of th?
and g?.r.rd *n ?"??J' *? t0 : H''
aramst the hired men of the T? ?
(JM second barrel
- rdav ?nd made an even cleaner
i nicked lum for
a Im? si-, ? r on hi? appear
I at the plat?- in the first inning.
but the next ?afe blow was garnered
In the eighth, when Whitey Witt beat
And that was all. Just two small
on a magnificent pitching record.
. iv? one base on ball?, and ?truck |
out two men. Not a Yankee hireling
reached the midway station in ?afety,
which i? by way of emphaaiiing the
? ng effect of the ho4>k? and ?ink
' the young man from Portland.
The Hugmtn waved their hrav
hat? at him. but all to no pur
? >? were batting for exercise
"jiining for Sw
I'lllette in a Hurry
Ty Cobb told his youthful hur ?
. ,ime to hurry thing? along,
a, ,,,, raak? a train for,
.mmediately after the con- ?
Pillette certainly hurried thing?. .
Vanks back to the dug?
out almost a? rapidly as they ad?
vanced to the plate I the I
m of "Not so fast, young feller,
-o fa?t." emitted by Miller Hug
gin? in his agony.
Having k..??i this measure of credit
who came out of the
ght he stated that Bob Shawkey
twirled quite a game himself until he
WB(I | ? a pinch hitter in the
eighth. It la true that the Tigers
nicked him for nine hits during this
, ? he should never hav.
-,. The death dealing triple
that accounted for the two enemy runs
h might h?\e been the third
if that inning had Babe Ruth
turned his back to the ball and run for
It when li?- first saw it sailing his way.
The Sultan of Swat hesitated a mo- j
ami the ball gam? wa? lo?t. |
? gave a last triumphant ,
,,nd departed to .lungletown well
th an even break in this
only break In the ?Corel??? in?
carne in the sixth, and it wa? a
th? llugmen. I'eacon
let Marry Hermann's gis???-r
?lip out of his glove, and I
? lugger wa? saf? ' ?""*? th? ?n? ,
,-. <,f the game On th? hit and
aw was thrown out by
N?i1mann mad? th? midway
?mmed a hot
1 off Bkawkejr'i shins
f..r a scratch | ?--. urh H? il
matm t?>ok third.
'I he Bambino Heallate?
It was up to Larry Woodall. the
Tig?r catcher, who ha? been doing
particularly damaging hitting
?gmn?t the Yank? In this ?erie?. Wood
?11 hopped on a fast ball and drove it
high up and far away to the domain
wh?r, I Bwat P?*"?"? hi? fairy
form II r _?.t field hirst the Hai.e
edged back rs'ily then he backed up
de?per?trly. and finally h? turn?d tail
. led toward the fenc?. Hi? chang?
of heart wa? too late, and the ball ?ailed
over his head to the barrier for a
triple, ?coring Heilmann and Rigney
?w . highly essential taille? from
the I'- ' al view.
Huggins called on the reserve? in
the eighth in an attempt to stem the
? at The gaunt form of J.
.'.in Baker wa? seen striding from
the dugout to supplant Mike McNally
at the bat The Trappe mauler picked
his favorite bludgeon, but it was rusty
from lack of u?e and he ?tood discon?
solately at the plate while Bill Dineen
called the fatal third atrik?. (amp
Skinner hatted In place of Shawkey,
hut h? grounded out at firat. Whitey
Witt beat out a hunt on hi? ??cond at?
tempt, and raised a f?w feeble hope?,
but ( u'thaw and Lou Blu? collaborated
on ? great play against Wally Pipp, re
. the ?ide.
rge Murray came in to pitch the
? n against the Tiger?, and
the "Sailer" held the er.emy in ?ub
n, even thougn Pilette ?ingled
? ? only one down. Blue grounded to
e next play, and the Tiger
- wa? doul '
hi? way ?o second. With battering
I ?-' ittiHti Ruth, Ksri ,
g up in the last stania, it ?eemed
a. ? i?nks still had a chance, but
1 'iird on a long fl> to Veach and
the Bab? pasted out peacefully on a
grounder to short Wally Schang
ended all hope? with a high fly that
bb gathered into hit capacioua
? ? ,- 'mer in the ?.r?t inning with
* tao on ba?e, and the aide was retired.
Harid?ome Harry smacked the aphere
an hard that Scotty's choice was to
it or be killed.
When Meusel came up in the first
W*\ invited him to con?
tinue hi? consecutive hitting ?treak.
Ik n neat single to r ght
'- that ma-- eventh ?tr?ight
?afety. As an anti-climax, the Bam
bino ?truck out with velo
__ S - ?d to fore? a
a? a ma?cot for '.he
- Jungaleers, hut when Tyrus Raymond
found that the tiger cub was too small
to ?wallow an umpire in three bites
he declined with thanks. The animal
?at in the rt.?s box and viewed the
game with nonchalance.
The pallca reserv? air aquadron had
thtee planes cruising among the clouds,
waiting to make a "(lying pinch" of
-? aviator who has made a
kaki*, of turning fl.pflops at I6w alti?
tudes over Saturday crowds at the
?tadium, a farra of -.port totally unap
fireciated by the fans whoae lives were
rled The aircop? were balked
of their prey, however, a? the culprit
failed to put In an appearance.
Miller Huggin? w?? heard to observe
that I/ou Blue wa? the belt first-tacker
in the American League. With I
Maler in the running, thia opinion is
kv no means unanimous, but the ver
diet of the mite manager it a I
popular or? on the Ban Johnson cir?
cuit That's what Sisler gets for mak?
ing the hard one? look easy.
The Tigers kept gnawing away at ,
Bob Shawkey'? slants in the early in- ;
aings, but they failed to ?core again?t j
li.SHKBAI 1. TO-I.AV. TI:?* P. U.. POLO
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(-Batted for ?hawkey In eighth Inning.
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?iff Mh??k?v. ? in ? Inn ? .
? : In 1 l.?.?t'ig plliber i?h??ke>
* ? ins Tini*
tight support an?l (rood pitching in the
pinches. Wally Ptpp contributed sev?
eral stellar grab? on hot grounders
and earned I ;<e of the multi
The Babe didn't do right by our FL.h
Sharkey when he let Woodall's ?
jet over his head for a triple, (i. Her?
man Ruth thought he could back up a?
fast as the ball could go ahead, in
which ha was egregiously mists?
Ty Cobb drew a merry razzberry
from the crowd when he came in from
the third base coaching box to tell Hill
Dineen how far wrong he was on a
called strike against Rigney. The fiery
Georgian insinuated that the arhtt.-r
was calling them with his eye? ?hut.
Browns Win Third
Over the Athletics
rmi.ADKI.I'IlIA, July 22. The It
Louis Browns won their third straight
victory over the Philadelphia Athletic?
to-day by a 10 to 1 score.
Neither Walker or Williams regis?
tered a home run
triple and Walker
cleared the left fn-ld fence
long foul that
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? Hatted f?r Yarrlson In s?v?nth Innlnn?
' ?t Lou:. 0 0 1 110 ? 0 0?1?
Philadelphia .001 0 0 ? " '
ii-UKty Three ha?? hit Wll
llama Home run Mr Ht nu? H'olen ba?e
? alloway and Johl ?
lohniton Left on ba??? Hi
?. Philadelphia. I Mate? on halla
Hfrurk ...;? Bj il?.c. I; \,, Kolp. ? Hits
"IT ll??ty, ?? In i lnnln??. off Manta, t
In 1 (none out In ?evenn. - - ?on, 1
in 1. off Ogd?n, I In ! Losing pltrh?r
lit??? rniMres?Walih and .*..
Hooper Hit* Heavily
And White Sox Win, 5-2
BOSTON. JuT> 82.?By defeating
Boston, 5 to 2, to-d?y Chicago broke
ev?en on this four-game series. Court?
ney kept Boston's hits well scattered
Hooper's hitting accounted in the main
for three runs.
In the eighth, with two out, Pujan
singled but neglected to touch second
on J. Collins'? apparent double to right
field, Dugan being out, Hooper to Shee
ly to F. Collins, and the side retired.
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?Hatte.1 for w?:i.n In ninth lnnln?
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Karr. ? In I t-l. off Pennoea. I In 2
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* -na Tim?
Standings in Major Leagues
?t i irhmy-i RFsri.T.*?
Detroit. 2: New York. 0.
St Louis. 10; Philadelphia. 1.
Chicago, 5; Boston, 2.
Washington. 4; Cleveland,
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Boaton at New York (I p. m.).
Philadelphia at Washington.
Chicago at (Iceland
8t. Louia at Detroit.
YESTERDAYS P. Ksi | 7 >
Cincinnati. 3; Ne? York. :.
Brooklyn. 7; Chicago, (.
Pittsburgh. ?; l'hiladelphl?. 7.
_9t? ?Lo-b, >; Boston. 8.
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a 5? ?1 4 ? i 1047 it .ata
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New York at ( Inclnaatl.
Rrookhn al ( hicago.
Boston at Ht. (?nuls.
Other teams not scheduled.
The Days of Real Sport
Ncm York Firemen
Win Final (ramo
From Qucago, li?-6
The New York Fire Departmen'
ball nine flnallv defeated the Chicago
team at Ebbetts Field ye?terday, and
was earned before the big?
gest crowd of the series. I'4-spite the
fact that Chicago clinched the
?ning the first two game?, about
25,000 loy.l fans turned I .' |
for the New York laddiet, and were
rewarded for their loyalty with a 13
Th<- New Yorkers used a tlmn*
molt effect.ve natkf?d :.' the
ball gam?- tliey bun.'
la one inning that tr.?-. ?cored
runs and practically won right
then and there. The lug rally came in
the Ml - g when th?- New
er? kocked Zwiefka out of the b
1 dashed in squadrons across the plat?.
Zwiefka, it will be rememhereii
tion on Friday, but luckily was taken
out in time. Ye-terdny n- a ..-? I
lainage had b?-?-n done,
, and Pearson, his successor, could not
; extinguish the New York conflgration.
Nelson finally finished the gam?* and
IneitJantallj ?'i?( kad i ? ?. ?. eredTil .?
Marshall was on the mound for New
when hostilities opened, and he
got by until the eighth, when Haugh
put out the fire and saved
There was plenty of excitement,
what with all trie big rallies, from the
time that Murray Hill '???
tke Board of Aldermen, tkr<
first hall until th?- last out had been
' Chicagoan. kept battering away .
! lead, and In sack ? game no on?
when th? Wi<ly City .
! they n??4?.?. en run? t
Th?y never did tie the score, however,
' mainly through the good work of the
j fielders. Haugh saved the New York
1 er? in one instance by making a pretty
: catch in left field. Rermele, captain of
1 th? visitors, also did some elasiy
! work In eenter field.
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Two **)** hit? iiiufh NeUen ??
rln .Stolen haae?- <i Iirl?n
la'ner Left en b??e? < 'hlraco. 11; New
York. If- ????? .,n h? **, X,
off IV?rton. ?: off Neleen. I. off Marshall,
I. by Msrthal!. 1 t?Off
1 i-l inning?. off paaraea. 4 in i ; ?
N*ei?r. 4 ball. 10 In 7 1
lUufti. s In l 2
Marshall. 2 (l-?rmel?, NI?hol|i Win
nine pltrher?M?r?h?i1 1...? ?-,
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Buffslo . 2 ? 4 111 I a a?11 11 'l
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Hatt.r!?? rish?r?n? Htn.ouch Karpp
Thr>rr.?s and Trs?res??r ?
Teronto IM ? a 2 r
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MattSM ?? B?ume?rtn?r and I
Ogdesi Themas ?l
Rallv in Eighth Inning Gives
Robins Victory Over dubs, 7-6
(HI' \<\o. ?'.:?. 22 1 >...?:;*? Nature hut bs throe runs to-day
fifth int.. and finall-,
liis gave them an even break in th* fir't
four r -.vith one ?...
- iklvn on Tue:.dav.
.--.t in th.* game to-?l;i
? fore play
I mm" near being no
nning with two i
l:??es on :?
gle and two pi.
knocked n long fly to the
tt.?- left field
. i hi? hands
,nd he fell full length
'. If a
triple, driving in three runs thn
res and another runner ?.cored in
? count ?in .*> It)
fav?,i ,M. The Robins won
out in the eighth, when they fill?
and Mitchell's single and High's
sacrifice fly drove in all three runs.
Dairy Vh route
for the Robins, and his troubles were
. wlldness. He allowed righ
?ued seven bases on balls. Vance
has won all three of his starts against
the Cubs this year. His \irtory to-day
was the third game won by Brooklyn In
fifteen played on tlii? tour.
)?M I- Halle,I Out
Percy .lone? ?h the ?rigin.il Cub
pitcher tu da;, r :
than two inning?. He %???? knocked out
in the watt
relieved Jone? the
Dodffl the eighth. Cheeres
catch b-. II, Mjreri off 0 Farrell in the
leventh inning robbed O'Farrell of a
hit that would have gene for four
bases. Ray Schmandt, at first for
Hrooklvn, and Marty Krug, at th,*
the Cubs, indulged in much fancy field?
Wheat led off for Brooklyn In the
second inning with a double over third
and got around on a wild pitch and
Schmandt's single to center. Schmandt
advanced .on High's sacrifice and
Ward's out and scored on De'tx
single, Vance's double to left p.
hird and <'heeves relieved
Jone?. (>l?on'a single to left scored
Deberry. Olson ?lied stealing. In the
sixth on Terry? fumble on Wheat,
High's double to right netted another
--ago had a lead of two run? when
opened the eghth inning with
a single to center. Tom Griffith batted
th and sent Myers to
vith a single ta n ran
for Tom Griffith. Wheat walked, fill?
ing the bases and ("heeves disappeared.
Three for the Robins
Osborne went to the hill and Mitchell
singled to center, scoring Myers and
and putting Wheat on third
Mitchell was caught trying for second,
and High's sacrifice fly to Heathiote
scored Wheat and won the game.
Vance's troubles in the fifth inning
came as suddenly as the rain, which
caused Wheat to slip. With two out
lbs filled the bases on Heatheot?'?
single to center and free ticket? to
Hollocher and Terry. Ray Grimes got
hi? fluke triple, which Wheat missed by
falling, and it scored Heathcote,
her and Tirrv. Harher walked
Hack Miller dropped a single in
scoring R, Grimes and ?ending Barber
to third. Krug singled to High back of
third, scoring Bi
? ? ?
Indian-" Streak Ended
\\ ben Senaton W in. 4?2
WASHP*' The Wash?
ington Senators took the final of the
series to-day, 4 to 2, ending Cleveland's
winning streak at twelve games. -It
was t pitchers' batt a Mo
gridge and Mails, with the local left?
hander proving more effective in the
pinches. Peckinpaugh and Harris
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Hill ix.triil'ti RetlfpM
ATT?ANTA. (.?.. July 22, Bill I'.ar;
has resigned as manager of the At?
lanta Southern Association baseball
man, has been placed in charge pend?
ing the appolntmei!? ,,f a permanent
Atlanta. I; Mobile, ?1 | tat).
. 2; Atlant?, 1 i2d).
New Orleans. R; Birmingham, 2
New Orleans, 5; Birmingham, 6 (2d,
? i?rkne?s >.
M?mphls, 8; N?shvil?e, 1
Ch?tt?noog?, 2; Little Rock, 1.
St P?ul, 2; Toledo, 0.
Indianapolis. 11; Milwaukee, 4.
.mbus, 11; Minneapolis. 8.
Kansas City, 7; I?oui?ville, 6.
Carda Make Rally,
Defeal Bravei and
Grin First Piltre
st LOI :
Cardinals to-?l.iv went into tha lead in
the Nntmnril l.e.i*/u<* pcnnnnt race fur
more than a ?core of
?years nt t*. I season by
I defeating B * while the
lag at Cincinnati. The
Cardinals won out In an eighth-inning
rally, scoring six runs an?l |
! a five-run l?*r*l. Five double pita
tured the game, three being m:i :
1 the ('ardinulv
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Wrnnt* ? I.o?lrs pit
Mlll?r. I'mplre??(julgley ml >t.,rtn
Waterbury, 5; Pitt?'>!d. 4.
Albany, 1; Hartford. 0 ifirstl.
Hartford, 4; Albany, 1 (second I.
Haven, 4; Springfield, 2.
Pridgepor?, ?" ; Kitrh'nurg, L'.
Kridgepurt, 8; Kitehh..
Skeeters Drop Series Final
To Rochester Team?, 8 to .3
ROCHESTER, N. Y., July
? ?ter took the final game of the
?cries fror- ? to-day, 8 lo .1.
Cox outpitching Han?on.
? and Hanton both limited their
opponenti to seven hit?, but the
Sk?eter hurler also issued four passet
?nd was rather poorly supported
errors were made behind him, of which
were accounted for by McCar?
Kothergill h?d ? r?th?r busy day in
right, wher? he took rare of six fli??.
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kail?- Off Mans 1 ?(ruck
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p|trh?r?IJy Coi (I ; 1res? Pbyl?
Five Leading Batsmen
in Kach Major League
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ria?.r and Dab.
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llellmaan. Detroit tt IM U III
riajer a_?i ( luh. <( \n R, H
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rtrtnte?. i hiraeo ?? lei la in?
M'.lloeber. < hlrage M ?41 SI 114
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To Victory Over ?Newark
' Walter Stew
.'pitched Ku.iy ktK'iich to day and
Syracuse took the deciding game of the
series from Newark, 7 to 2. Wiggles
worth's home run gave th? visitor?
their only ?cores. Harnes played ??n
?ationally at second for Syracuse.
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In iith lnn\n<? Beat McGratm*
Playvn U?M?k Vrvi\\.vn\\y With I npiret, and R^
Hap Fm..lly J)rawH Matching (Men? K\Xh
imd Iroii^li** in Mouinl Duel Moftl of the fj
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.1 -'4 r.still rrf "???ir fail? ?he mtt^T!
,? while th" Cardinals wen ?* rial fatW^ J!
Orawnrn m ' * *m*k,
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but ti- *r ? I
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?r.t _nd Georg? I
t il. *.? of t'???A,":a
vhen I.auh.r- singled -Mal
(Hants Tie the
Thl. rked in tWO I -
?.i. * Rive?/ in the second an:
-el??? of the sluggmg
Meu?efs tripled through Burns's acre
L. and trotted home on a sacr,'
._ i./? fl?ld tcraee. In the Keas
near dome lisewi??-. wwm*
"ut The pathway of the pitcher, was
'"?h" trouble. Their'?
r.,vl MM **?? _' ttmg on con
?"if,;,, third ...ufcert not only go?
on. but girdled the baa*. He did th?;
feloniou? thing on a pa??. Dunc*n /
safe one on a hit and run play through
short ?? Bancroft w. ?tt
v..m Ilou.la? ?natched a hot i?rano
rmFo?n?ec..nd starte,, a doub.
???????1 lh,t P''ISW?M
kickii ? .
their gloves ?kyward en IMNil Je
? r-pr.manded b> th.
... while the fans mare?ano
famed. TI- ?_ fu" _f *ftw?
an I ? ' '*" '*"P '.v.
_rd made a catch M br.ll.ant the
?flew. Dougla. Skat (tdf a run
whe he knocked down lltaf ttm
and pitch and crab and go the who e
repertoire of accomplishment? to hold
th.? hustling Red?.
Cunningham pot a ????"'??f "P.?"
' p,,ch,M ?_-_r___Te____fc
fifth, hut hi- res, .>are.J and he took
but. Snyder ?ingled. Harper
| a fly from Dougla? but forced
I when Hums, running n
failed to hold Buncroft? pok? to
r. ('-in'i:ntrh?m came an
?pread out to the nlatc with the tieing
run. Rawling?. after pooping a fly to
,->t in the
' the lattar"! throw to first to
was ?ntlrt i tentlaaal, JtW
caus- ' * <",ll*d out
r awkward on Rawling? part.
I mpir.? Have Their Troable*.
? ners and McCormick wrangled in
-runners was kicking on a
called second strike, when McCormick,
snrelv tried, testily ordered Rixey to
pitch. Sh.nner? jumped into the box and
hurriedly lifted his bat to foul off the
ball. Ht li.-idn't time for anything else
but his foul ?n in effect a hunt and
:mpire wii right in ca linf him
Kltk Na. 1,001 followed thi? de
cisi?n. Dougla? laughed ?loud at one
CortaUk'a called hall? and was
?earned by the umpire to have done
It c'n tsntrum?.
In the middle Inning? the pitching
gre-.v much steadier on both^ side?
fis? ?men found difficulty in getting or..
.th an-l seventi were total lo??es.
:. | .-,. ,- A.-r.t so far a? t<?
make a ba?e hit. He tried to steal ?r.'l
Snydrr"? throw blotted him out.
Gaston in the eighth did his duty a?
? pinch hitter. He carried Douglas's
he plate and made a ?ingle
with it. Bancroft forced him. which
waa no fault of hia. Apparently I
terf.-re.l with a double play, hut Rigler
said no, much to the indignation of tie
Bancroft pasted out ?tealing
'.iwhrgs kicked furioualy on a
railed ?trike. Rawling? wa? put out of
the ?ame Then Rigler took a voice in
the fuss, shook a knobby finger a*
Young and v-ouldn't let him bat for
Rawlings Young spoke his mind ta
Rigler and CaMJ Stengel ?hook his
finger under McCormick's no?e Finally
batted for Rawling?, and
whin the inning ended Cunningham
went to third. Knsch to second, Stengel
? '.er and Ryan to the 1
Duncan opened on Ryan in the eighth
with a three bagger. Fontera ?Ingled
ored him The Giant? failed to
m their half of the ninth.
Ciatinaatiai-* are busy asking where
th? Ke?is could use Rouih in raie he
did come to terms. Well, if the worst
came to the worst he could be used
as a pinch hitter.
Phil Douglas .ndn't expect to be
called on before Monday'? double-head?
er in Pittsburgh. His appearance
to day probably means Nehf for one
of the game? on Monday.
Frisch was negligent in (he first
Inning. He mi?ted the third strike,
which went to the ?tand, but didn't
?eem to realise the situation and didnt
run right away. He was thrown out
by Hargrave when he could have been
Fast stepper. Harper. Few of the
fleet one? In either league can out
race him to tint baie.
Cunningham, fait though he i?, got
n poor ?tart ?tealing in the second and
wat thrown out by Hargrave, not by a
mile, but fully thre?.quarter? of a mite
A beautiful atop by Bancroft off
Pinelli wa? of no use ?ave ornament?
ally The ?on of mnny Italy outfooUd
Bancroft'? ?within?- throw.
I Losin y thvl^a
Pirate* Score Four in
[Ninth .md !>??atptg
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defeated Phil? I
ninth * ' " TV?-?
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in UM ' ' .' ??'" .'.#?/ ajt^
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