- American League Chicago 3,
Boston 2; Washington 6, Cleve
land 2; Philadelphia 4, Detroit 3;
New York-St. Louis, rain.
National League New York,
3, Chicago 2; Boston 6, St. Louis
4; Philadelphia 11, Cincinnati
10; Pittsburg 5, Brooklyn 0.
Walsh was at his best yester
day. Boston made three hits, all in
the fourth inning, and chalked up
Ray Collins was easy for South
Siders. Stung for 12 hits.
Collins and Walsh opposed
each other in remarkable game
,last season when Big Ed pitched
his only no-hit contest.
Jacques Fournier, rookie first
baseman, clubbed a double and a
single and scored a run. His
Rollie Zeider's injured arm was
well enough for him to run for
Bodie in ninth yesterday and es
cort home the winning tally.
Rollie runs on his feet, not on
Jack Collins pulled a double
and Rath hung up two singles.
Sox hoisted city championship
flag. Comiskey is figuring on the
pole for the league pennant. Ana"
when the world's series t
Frank Schulte was as slow as a
cigar store Indian waiting for a
store to come up and stand be
hind him. He loafed on one hit
that went for a double and blos
somed intp a run, and erred on
another hit that allowed the run
ner toa'ks"e$na "
Christy Mathewson was stin
gier with his hits than Larry
Cheney,. buY'the Cub heaver
shouldhAye won at that.
WorwrjWM -wwc. moNMM
Maty may be a has-been, and
also on 'the down-grade, but his
stunt of stopping the Cubs dead
yesterday after Leach had tripled
with hone 'out in the. ninth was
prettyr good for a "waser."'
Mattyfannecl.nine and Cheney,
set down, five on strikes.
Doyle andv Meyers, collected
half of the-.New York's bingles.
Jimmy Archer is making a bid
for Helnie Zimmerman's crown,
now thaft the Dutchman isout of
the gante. , Archer-hit for the cir
cuit agamyesterday, the -second
Washington made it 14 straight
by beating Cleveland. Naps never
had a "look-in before air-tight
pitching'Qf Bob Groom.
Cubs-missed-great chance to tie
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