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American League Boston 4,
Chicago 1 ; no other games sched
uled. National League New York
5, Pittsburg 4(11 innings) ; Bos
ton 4-0, Cincinnati 3-5 ; Brooklyn
3, St. Louis 1.
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Marty had his old trouble,
wildness, passing 6 New Yorkers.
Game left Marquard with an
unbroken string of 14 wins.
Wheat, last year's sensation,
has recovered his batting eyd,
Bresnahan put his old line-up
back in the game, Konetchy go
ing to first and Ellis and Oakes
back to the outfield.
Detroit has asked waivers on
Bauman, utility infielder.
Davy Jones of Detroit has been
indefinitely suspended and Ump.
Evans fined $50 for their mixup
Saturday. Jones roasted Evans
when put out of the game.
After the game Evans entered
the clubhouse and offered to lick
Tones. " Detroit players inter
fered. Walter Johnson, who was slat
ed to face Coombs, is sick, and
cannot start. Groom will be sent
to. the slab by Griffith.
Knockout Brown of Chicago,
and Jack Dillon of Indianapolis,
pulled a 12-round draw in Winni
peg last night. Bout was rough.
. Eddie Murphy and Matty Bald
win, Boston -scrappers, meet to
morrow night in 12-round fight
Rain butted into Cubs-Philly
game yesterday just as play was
Rixey, 6 ft. 6 in. tall, pitcher
from University of Virginia, has
Jim Stewart and Tom Ken
nedy, walloped each other around
for ten frames last night, Stew
art finally getting the decision. -
St. Phillips beat Lane yester-
Boston made it three out of
four, and Sox dropped to a full
game behind Washington.
Big Ed Walsh, who has taken
part in three of the games, was.
'lit for 12safeties.
Hall for Red Sox tamed Cal's
oien with half dozen bingles.
Tris Speaker, leading league in
batting, was whole show with
pair of doubles, triple and single.
Harry Lord was high for Sox
with brace of singles.
Each pitcher fanned seven men.
Six of hits made off Walsh were
extra'-basers, two doubles and
Rollie Zeider got back in game
m fourth; Fournier being bench
id. Zeider scored Sox run.
Chick Mattick pinched for Sul
livan in seventh and delivered a
Callahan had three chances to
drive in runs, but fell down.
St. Louis Browns are in town
today for four-game series.
O'Toole allowed 8 hits and
Marquard 12. Three of those
made off Marty were bunched in
the 11th, after the Pirates had
gone one run ahead, and they
O'Toole was hitting star with
single, double and triple.