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"' THE CREAM OP UP-TO-THE-MINUTE SPORT DOPE
American League Chicago b,
Washington 3; New York 3, St
Lows 2; Cleveland 11, Philadel
phia 3; Detroit 6, Boston 5.
-National, League New York
4, Chicago'O; Pittsburg 8, Phil
adelphia 4 Cincinnati 6," Brook
lyn 5i St. Louis 3j Boston 1. f
",." , .
Did "Judge Owens shoWcon
tempt' for Judge McKinley?
Search us. But the Giants certainly-
showed contempt fbr the
Cubs yesterday afternoon. " They
ought to be jailed, fined, and
given the grand razzoo. One Mr.
Ames, who did the hurling for the
New Yorkers, refused to recog
nize the hitting 'credentials of the
Cub batters -wheh Jliits meant
runs, and Chief Meyers gaily
pushed base runners out of the
way When they tried to chop
down the doors leading to the
home plate. It was-a shameful
evidence of strong arm work.
Larry Cheny did a nifty job of
pitching for the home folks, but
it was useless with the failure of
his pals to hit consecutively. v
John Evens had a swell- chance
to score oncd on a double steal,
but the Trojan ran like the second
section of a cattle trainy- and
Chief Meyers punched him in the
ribs with the ball three feet from
the counting block.
Wet grounds will prevent a
game this afternoon.
Turning from the gloom
stuff, the Sox put another over
on Washington yesterday, and
as Boston took the count from
Detroit, Cal's men gained a i
full game in the race. Kupe
Peters was master of -the Na- 5
tionals all the way, easily out- f
pitching Groom. x ".
Just 'to showrje was some hit- j
ter himself, Morris Rath banged
a four-timer in' the sixth with
Blacky on base. The rookie also
corirlected for a single. His hit
ting is one ofthe daily features of
the Sox play.
""- - r
Cashion, one of Griffith's re
cruit pitchers, was injected into
right field in place of Germany
Schaefer, and duplicated Rath's
swat), but with no one on-base.
Harry Lord and Shano Collins
are doing almighty strong smit
ing, the third sacker ringing up
a triple. Collins' contribution
was a two-ply bump.
Just to show how good Peters
was, the only run Washington
made beside that personally con
ducted tally of' Cashion's, was
when Milan singled, stole second
and third, and scored on an out
There is panic in Philadelphia
this afternoon. .The White Sox