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Standing: of the Clubs.
National League. W. L. Pet.
New York 33 7 .825
Cincinnati 26 19 .578
Chicago 23 18 .561
Pittsburgh 21 19 .523
Philadelphia 17 21 .448
St. Louis :...21 26 .447
Brooklyn .....13 26 .333
- Boston :.,.... 13 21 .295
American. League. V. L. Pet.
Chicago.- '.30-17 .638
Boston. ... , 27 18 .600
Washington 25 ' 21 .543
Detroit 25 22 .532
Philadelphia 21 .19 .523
Cleveland 22 i21 .512
New York 14 27 .341
St. Louis... "..-.:.. 13 32 .289
American League Washing
ton 4, Chicago 2; Detroit 4, Bos
ton 3; Philadelphia 9, St Louis 4;
New York 7, Cleveland 0.
National LeagueChicago 7,
Brooklyn 2;New YorkVrCincin
nati 6; Pittsburgh 4, Boston 0;
Philadelphia 5, St. Louis 4.
Groome outpitched Bill Lange
and the Sox lost.
Xange gave one hit in first five
innings. Downfall starred in sev
enth, when Washington got two
triples and a single.
Jacques Fournier subbed at
first for Zeider, fanning twice,
smacking a triple and fielding in
Zeider dislocated his arm
Thursday colliding with Gandil.
'BillXange tried to win his own
game by driving Block home with
a double in the third. Pive hits
were all the Sox made.
Morgan starred for Washing
ton with a triple and single.
Ping Bodie grounded out, Mc
Bride. to Gandil, four times.
Chance's bunch made only six
hits off Yingling, but jthe latter's
passes were bunched with the
Frank Schulte contributed to
Cub Victory with a triple, while
Tinker kicked in a double. . "p-
All of Brooklyn's runs came in
the first, Jake Daubert's double
doing the damage.
Boston Red Sox scored three
runs in the ninth, hut fell one
short of a tie.
Ty Cobb was suffering from
rheumatism. He only stole three
bases and banged out two hits.
Eddie Plarib herd St Louis
safe and his pals slugged a vic
tory put of three Brown 'pitchers.
Frank Baker was good for
Young Zinn, home run recruit,
"hitf or the circuit again yesterday.
Old Harry Wolverton instruct
ed himself to play third. The man
ager secured a hit, accepted six
fielding chances and buttered two.
Cincinnati made 11 hits, Giants
7. Giants made 7 runs, Cincih- '
Mathewson was hit hard, but
kept the safeties scattered.
Marsans, the Cubeb with the
Reds, strung up four safeties,
while Jack Murray of the Giants
pulled a double and triple.
Hendrix was too much for Bos
ton as -a pitcher and hitter. Be-