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BITS OF SPORT
American League New York
6, Chicago 3 ; Boston 4, St. Louis
0; Washington 3, Detroit 2; Phil
adelphia 8, Cleveland 6.
National League New. York
8, Chicago 3 ; Philadelphia 5, Cin
cinnati 3; Boston 2, St.. Louis 1
(ten innings); Pittsburgh 16,
Both New York teams were un
Boston Rex Sox picked up an
other game on Callahan's bunch.
Doc White was thumped hard
in the third when New York
scored five, enough to win.
During the "rest of the game the
dentist showed well. With the bat
he nicked a single and triple.
The Sox made as many hits as
New York, but Warhop kept
them well scattered.
jjuck Weaver got three of the
Sox fen hits. The kid shortstop
played a great fielding game,
handling 11 out of 12 chances.
White's passes in the 3rd were
disastrous. He franked three men
and all scored.
Ed Walsh's suspension has
been lifted and the big fellow is
due to start this afternoon.
Tomorrow the flag which the
-Sox won along with the city
championship will be raised.
Everything else is going down
around 35th street.
Heinie Zimmerman and his war
club were unable to win for the
Cubs yesterday. The Bronx biffer
poled his usual homer,, supple-
Saier andEvers also acquired a
brace-of safeties, one of the Tro-'
jan's bdoggoodtfor two .sacks.
In thelseyenth Tinkean'dZim
were dissatisfied with Ump Fin
neran"'s decjsions on balls and
The Ex-Umpire Baiter Contrib
uted to a Philly Victory With
Three Hits r The "Slpggihg Left
Fielder Is Playing the Game of
mented by a single; &i , - buz zth , 3IisCifo'Jtf nr,