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American League Philadel
phia 8, Chicago 4; Cleveland 4,
Boston 3 ; Detroit 4y Xdv York 1 ;
Washington 13, St. Louis 4.
National League Chicago 4,
Boston 3; Philadelphia 4, Pitts
burgh 3; Cincinnati 7, Brooklyn
4; N-ew York 8, St. Louis 3.
Mogridge, Peters, White and
Benz were unable to stop the Ath
letics, who made 14 hits for 26
Jack Collins was only local to
get more than one hit.
Bris Lord and Baker were hit
ting stars of visitors, former get
ting single, double and triple, and
latter triple and home run.
Weaver played shortfield in
sensational fashion, handling 8
In eighth, with two runs in,
two out and two ou, Ump Wes
tervelt called Rath oqt on force
play at second. Callahan kicked
himself out of game and 4,000
fans kicked themselves out of
Mordecai Brown, famous res
cuer, had to be rescued himself
yesterday. Lavender did it.
Jimmy Sheckard was whole
works. Landed two doubles and
started double play on old trap
ball trick that shut off a Boston
Zimmerman and Miller each
made a double and single.
Larry Cheney will probably
If Miller continues clouting,
Tommy Ltach will have to deco
rate the bench.
In three innings Lavender al
lowed but two hits and fanned
four of Kling's men.
Houser scored all of Boston's
runs with a home run while two
were on in seventh.
After this Brownie retired. Joe
Tinker criticised the way the vet
eran was pitching and a warm
Rube Marquard won his elev
enth straight victory yesterday.
The ex-lemon will try to break
recdrd of 20 straight wins, made
by Jack Luby of Chicago in 1890.
Sweeney hailed Ty Cobb twice
stealing second, but Tigers' won
Cleveland helped Sox out by
trimming Boston after latter had
scored three in first.
Lou Criger, octogenarian, ap
peared behind bat for St. Louis
for'first time in two years.
Washington made 17 hits, how
ever, and Lou's presence was un
availing. Chief Meyers knocked a home
run yesterday with bases full.
Today's game in Cleveland will
be tenth anniversary of Nap La
joie's joining the club.
New York Americans have
purchased Maloney, an ;outfield
?r, from Brockton, Mass., for
Packey McFarland last night
trimmed Jeff Boyle in six rounds
at Peru, Ind. . , v
Union suits sometimes go oh a