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strikes- They argued with the
ump, but were not convincing.
They were steamrollered and un
seated from the game.
Lavender pitched six and a
third innings against the Giants,
when he was removed because of
wildness. The youngster passed
six New Yorkers.
Ed Reulbach was a.irost in the
relief role. The Giants, jnade five
hits off him in thfc time he pitched.
Two triples, a double and, a -pair
of singles were the harvest.
Downs replaced Tinker, and
Leach subbed for Zim when the
two regulars were-chased. Downs
fanned and Leach rolled out when
they faced Mathewson,
Leon Ames also ound'the go
ing hard,-Matty twirling the last
two innings and getting the Cubs
down in order.
New York made 12 hits to 10
for the Cubs.
A battle of left-handers is
scheduledjor today. Leifield will
go against Marquard, when the
JRtibe will try to get ftU 13th
straight V'n. !
Boston 'had an easy time de
feating the Browns yesterday,
climbing higher above the Sox.
Hall held St Louis to "five hits
while his pals' were notching! 12,
half of them for extra bases.
Washington established a
league record for the year yester
day, their victory over Detroit
making 12 straight wins. .
They went into the ninth with
the score 2 to 0 against them,
then scored three runs on a pass,
jtwo singles and two sacrifice flies.
Dubuc of Detroit pulled Jnsioia
stunt of going great for eight in
nings and then blowing. Three
hits were all Washington could
get until the ninth
Sadness on the part of Comis
key. Gandil maced one of those
important singles in the ninth.
Same old Athletics. Cleveland
secured a four-run lead in the
first, but the Mackmen slugged
8 runs and victory in 2 innings.
Collins and Oldring each nailed
three hits. Jackson led both
teams with a trio of doubles.
Each team used two pitchers,
Kaler of the Naps and Morgan of
Philadelphia being forced to re
tire .under fire. Baskette and
Plank acted as relief.
Brooklyn only made seven er
rors against Pittsburg. Tfre,
Pirates bunched 15 hits with the
Another baseball strike was im
minent yesterday A Brooklyn
fan called Red Smith, Superba
third baseman, a "big bunC
Game was stopped until the fan
Yesterday was bad day for the
west. Pittsburg was only west
ern team to win in either league,
Barney Pelty has been purchas
ed from the Brpwns by Washing
ton. Griffith says he wants Bar
ney fpr the world's series.
Roger Bresnahan's gang took
the count from Boston again yes
terday, Hub Perdue outpitching
Willis in a ten-inning battled
Leach Cross nicked the face of
Jack Redmond of Milwaukee in
their New York bout last night.
Redmond was all messed up. at
the end of the milL.. w -