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LIVE SPORT DOPE
American League Philadel
phia 12, Boston 6; New York 10,
National League Chicago 4,
Cincinnati 1 ; New York 6, Brook
lyn 2; St Louis 6, Pittsburg'3;
Boston 3, Philadelphia 0.
Wecould have lived through it
if the Cubs had lost yesterday's
game. And all because Ed Reul
bach twirled a realball game, and
one of the best of his big league
For six innings he had the Reds
completely at his mercy, not a hit
being scored in .that time. Not a
man had passed first base, and
but one had reached that point
In each of the last three rounds
one hit was made off Reulbach,
Phelan's homer in the eighth be
ing responsible for the run.
Wildness, which has always
spoiled the work of the ex-college
star, did not trouble him yester
day. He only franked two men
to first base.
Chance shifted the team yes
terday, Saier going to firs.t,
j Hofman to center, and Miller
to the bench.
Callahan and the Sox are in
Cleveland today for a four-day
;jj,hve-game series. .League leaders
will be back on the South Side
Saturday for a long home stand,
the Athletics' being first visitors.
New York and Brooklyn pulled
a funny one yesterday. The
Giants made six hits- yield six:
runs, and the best Dodgers could
do with 11 hits was two runs.
Chick Gandil, former White
Sox first baseman, has been
traded to Washington by Mon
treal for Pitchers Becker and
Akers and. Utility Infielder Cun
ningham. Guy Zinn, a recruit outfielder
with the Yankees, in the game
mainly because of Wolter's-injury,
is another example of a ball
player jumping to fame over-an-other's
Zinn is the batting sensation of
New York, and in the last week
has twice won games with home
run drives, each time with two
men on bases. Yesterday he stung
a triple and two singles.
And if Wolter hadn't been hurt"
Zinn would still "be on the bench.
Ivan Olson, third baseman and
captain of the Naps, has lost lat
ter title because of a run-in he had
with Pitcher Willie Mitchell.
All the other players protested
to the management against Ol
son's tactics. Toe Birmingham
will probably be made field leader.
It remains to be seen whether
pure food theories can prevent
colics in the Doc Wiley baby.