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American League Chicago 2,
New York 1 ; Boston 9, St. Louis
2; Athletics 13, Cleveland 2;
Washington 4, Detroit 3.
National League No games
Yesterday's game- was a
pitcher's battle between Mo
gridge and Fisher, with the local
man having a shade of the argu
ment. But for a boot by .Callahan,
New York would have gone
Weaver scored one Sox run on
his double and two infield outs.
Collins drove Calahan home for
the other marker.
Callahan shook the batting or
der up yesterday, dropping Bodie,
ex-fence buster, to sixth place,
giving Collins the clean-up posi
tion, and promoting Fournier one
Fournier is filling Zeider's
place acceptably. He fielded
cleanly yesterday and batted out
one hit, a triple.
Harry" Lord broke up a Yankee
rally in the sixth when he made
a sparkling stop of Chase's hit
and forced Cree at third. The
bases were full at the time.
Birdie Cree was the only Yan
kee to find Mogridge with any
success. The little left fielder
snagged two singles and a double.
Boston won again and kept on
the heels of the Sox.
.Speaker contributed to the victory-
wifh a single, double, triple
and homer. - J
Lewis knocked a four-baser
with two men on.
Connie Mack's men seem. to -have
struck their stride They
walloped 18 hits, including thee
doubles and two triples off two
Nap .pitchers, one being the
Cleveland pride, Gregg.
Jack Coombs pitched a good
Washington won, again, mak
ing nine straight times they have
trimmed "western teams on their
Musser, who pitched a good
game here againsti:he Sox, start
ed for the Nationals, but was re
lieved by-Hughes. " ' "
Willett lost his own game, '
kicking two across with two
Cubs tangle with Giants, today.
Looks bad for the West Siders.
Cnarice is still with the team.
He'll stay there.
Bugs Raymond pitched for a
.semi-pro team in Cincinnati .yes
terday and hit four batters in four
innings. Bugs then retired-toa
green spot to sleep it off. Same
The Fat Man's Hope.
Ticket Agent I can't give you
a lower berth, sir; they are all
taken. - ' - vr
Mr. Fatleigh That's all right,
give me an upper. When' the man
who has the lower notices,my size
and weight he'll be glad to ex-,
Adding insult to injury is for a
burglar to break into an artist's
studio and steal only the frames,