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Cubs, has been signed by the
New Ydrk took one of its Infre
quent beatings yesterday.-Pittsburgh
doing the trick with Cam
Our Artie Hofman contributed
to the victory With a pair of slash
New Y6rk''B Only run Was hom
er by Doyle.
Bobby Byrne also poled for
Somebody please stop Wash
ington. Nationals made it IS
straight by subduing Naps,
Game Was an old-time slugfest,
Washington making 20 hits and
Henry of Washington and La
joie each maced foUr hits.
Clyde Milan, National center
fielder, suffered from rheuma
tism.' Stole second in fifth, third
and home in sixth, and second
and third in seventh.
Chief Bender blew Up in the
ninth and Gainor's triple and
Moriarity's single gave Detroit a
Willett pitched winning ball,
all the Athletic runs cdfning from
Otto Hess, old Man of the sea,
who strangled the Cubs with two
hits, took a terrific lacing from
Cincinnati yesterday, ajld Boston
dropped another ganlev
Dick Hoblitzel annexed two
singles and a double. The Red
first baseman is having a great
batting duet With Jake PaUbert,
first baseman of Brooklyn. Last
week they Were tied at .358.
Young Mr. 2inn clouted anoth-
erof his frequent homers yester
day, Highlanders playing Browns is
about as thrilling as two armless
men pulling off a. prizefight.
Willis, Woodburn, Howell and
Dale all tried their wings against
Brooklyn yesterday. The Dodg
ers greeted all with loud swats.
Wheat soaked four hits and
Walked out of five times Up.
Nap Rucker is about right
again. Great left-hander has
pitched some fine ball in his last
Jo Agler, Cub recruit first
baseman, been released to Atlanta
of Southern Association! Murphy,
has string attached to youngster,
Andv Gill, former captain In
diana University ball team, was
out practicing with Sox yester
day. Callahan expects great
things from the rah rah short
James J. Jeffries, who agreed
yesterday morning to referee the
Wolgast-Rivers match July 4,
had another thought last night
and resigned. Jack Welch will be
the third man in the ring at Los
Jack Johnson's trainers say big
Smoke is training in "only proper
way for a man of his size," what
ever that means. Probably doing
his road work in an auto.
Flyitfi is doing real work to get
in condition for the title scrap.
Flynn's roadwork will comein
handy. Itg a long walk from Las
Vegas to Pueblo.
According to wireless reports
from liner Finland carrying