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tip score in ninth. LeacK tripled
with none down. Needham held
him at third, though the ex-Pitts-burgher
had plenty of time to
complete the circuit ' ,
.Then Miller, Saier and Evers
were easy for Matty.
Nationals clubbed 13 hits. Ray
Morgan, recruit playing second,
got three-. ,
Marty O'Toole pitched some of
that $22,500 ball yesterday, hold
ing Brooklyn runless.
Kelly, other end of .baseball's
most expensive battery, is match
ing regularly ior Pirates.
Phillies made one less hit but
one more run than Cincinnati
yesterday. Both teams slugged
Ever since Dooin and Griffith
pulled off the bier trade last vear
Phillies have been able to trim
Old rivals, Detroit and Athlet
ics, tangled yesterday, and Ath
letics won. Plank outpitched
Oldring put game away in fifth
when his triple cashed three runs.
Princeton beat Yale 19 to 6 yes
terday, taking the baseball cham
pionship of the Big Four.
"Flame" Delhi,recruit of whom
.so much was expected, has been
released to San Francisco by Co
miskey. Old Roman wil keep his
eye on the youngster and bring
him back when he looks ready.
Buck Becker, who started his
big league career in Washington
by trimming Sox last summer,
been released to Montreal by
Gus Fisher, another pitcher,
who has troubled Sox, was releas-
ed by New York to Portland.
United States Olympic team,
comprising 150 men, sailed on
liner Finland for Stockholm, Swe
den, today. All athletes were in
Charles Sterrett, Princeton
captain and catcher, has signed to
play with the New York Yankees.
Secretary Heydler of National
league has officially declared that
last Wednesday's Cub-Giant
game was a Marquard victory,
making 13 straight.
Jim Jeffries has agreed to
referee Rivers-Wolgast battle
July 4 in Los Angeles. No chance
for the fight to be cancelled now.
According to Tommy Ryan,
boss trainer at Jim Flynn's camp,
the Pueblo fireman is now down
to 195 pounds, and may enter
ring with Jack Johnson July 4
Johnsdn is away over weigh?
and will have to peel off ,a lot of
beef if he is to make 212 ring
side. Niesen's U. S. leaguers will play
Rube Foster's American Giants
tomorrow, with Harry Stein
feldt's Cincinnati team of the de
funct organization as the Sunday
Gc-VvHunt of Arizona is latest
state executive to hand prize
fighting a wallop. Has vetoed a
bill legalizing twenty-round 'bat
tles in his state.
Faith is believing .the dentist
when he says it isn't going to