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American League Boston 6,
Chicago 4; Athletics 8, Detroit 6;
other games postponed, rain.
National League No games
Exhibition game Baltimore
(International League) 2;Cubs 1.
Much credit for Washington's
great showing belongs to Walter
pitcher in baseball.
For past wo years
with a team that fin
ished under .400 he
has won consider-.
ably more than half I
his games. So far
this year the Idaho
wonder has won 12 games "and
By losing yesterday Sox slipped
into third place, 11 points behind
Except in first inning Sox were
helpless before smoke ballof-Jbe
Lange injected bases on balls
and wild chucks where, they would
do most harm, usually just bef qre
j Block Was away off in his
Path's single, Lord's homer,
Fournier's walk and steal and
Bodie's single gave Sox a lead in
the first, but Boston cut it down
in fifth and went one to the good.
Duffy Lewis was the hitting
king with a pair of singles and a
Since being ousted from clean
up position Ping Bodie has been
batting strong. Two hits yester
day for fence buster.
Plank allowed 14 hits, includ
ing two doubles and two triplets.
Athletics made 11 hits, but De
troit's seven errors were main
factor in the result T
Cobb, Crawford and Eddie Col
lins each got three hits.
Washington left for home last
night, opening with Athletics in
the capital tomorrow. The Na
tionals won every game played on
the trip. No otjier team in base
ball history has ever cleaned up
on an eastern or western invasion.
Joe Tinker chaperoned Cubs
oyer to Baltimore, yesterday 'f or
an exhibition. Maroney and Wal
dorf pitched for the 'big leaguers.
The line-up was full of substi
tutes and the game a listless one.
Today Marquard is after what
New Yorkers term his fourteenth
In American League eastern
teams won 40 games and western
ers20 in 'the intersectional strife
Athletes from Holy Angels'
church won the National Catholic
Ass'n. field meet at De Paul field
yesterday by scoring204 pojnts;
Paulist second, 11 points; Holy
Family third, 7 points.
Sidney Hatch, River Forest
marathonei, "will take part in the
Olympic games. Local flyer is
making the trip on subscription
from River Forest citizens.
Wolgastis now lO.to 9 favorite
over Joe Rivers. Believed odds
will -lengthen to 10 to 6 ringside.
Al Kaufman will reappear in
prize ring Friday at San" Fran-.