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' . SPORTING DOPE FROM TWO LEAGUES
t Yesterday's Results.
American League Chicago 11,
(New York 5; Philadelphia 8,,St.
Louis 5; Washington -5, Detroit
2; Boston 9, Cleveland 0.
National League Chicagb 10,
Brooklyn 6; New York 6, Cincin
nati 1 ; Philadelphia 3, St Louis
2; Boston 3,"Pittsburgh 0.
In defiance of the dictum of
Hughie Fullerton, the Sox con
tinue to win games. Taking
yesterday's game from the
Highlanders gave th'e South
Siders a record of 10 won and 3 "
lost to date on the eastern"
swing around the circuit, with
one game yet to play before
they hop the rattler for 35th
Bill Lange, who horned in at
'the-fag end of Tuesday's disaster,
tried 'to astonish the natives yes
terday with his pitching, but the
natives refused to be astonished.
Bill retired in hasfe after the 4th
inning, when the Highlanders
burned him for five safeties and
an equal number of runs. Ed
.Walsh did the rescue stunt and
held his opponents runless the
Test of the game.
Hard and consecutive hitting in
the first inning, followed by a
flock o swats in succeeding
frames, made the game a proces
sion for the Sox. Billy Sullivan
and Collins were the timely biff
ers in the first round, each driving
in two xuns with singles.
Collins, ..Lord, and Callahan
each-naijeda pair of singles.-
New York continued its minor
league fielding, helping the" Sox
to victory by eight errors.
The Cubs w.ound up their 'firs,t
stand against the eastern teams
yesterday by smearing a 10-to-6
victory over Brooklyn, due main
ly to the pitching of Larry Che
ney and the hitting of Heinie
Jake Daubert made things
warm for Cheney, driving out 5
hits during the afternoon. Lar
ry had the rest of the team,
however, and -when his mates
gave him a big lead to work on
he eased up and let the Dodgers
Zim got two -singles and the
circuit and walked once, getting a
clean slate for the afternoon. The
Dutchman also stole two bases.
Johnny Evers compressed all
his erratic playing into one in
ning, erring twice on the same
runner. The Trojan redeemed
himself with a single that pushed
over two runs.
Harry Mclntire, Cub fllnger,
doesn't know who he belongs to.
The Kansas City team of the
American Association claims it