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American League St. Louis 7,
Chicago 2 ; Cleveland 7, Detroit 5.
National League Chicago 11
1, Cincinati 0-3 ; Pittsburgh 10-19,
St. Louis 4-3 ; Brooklyn 7, Boston
0; New York 2, Philadelphia 1.
Walsh was easy for Browns,
who bunched 13 hits.
C. Brown, St. Louis pitcher,
was knocked unconscious by a
hall thrown by Austin in the sec
ond. A doctor revived him. In
jury may keep him out of game
for several days.
Mitchell replaced the injured
hurler, stopping the Sox. i
Zeider was only South Sider
able to hit. He hammered triple
and single, scoring both Sox runs.
Stephens, catching for Browns,
nicked Walsh for pair of doubles
and a single.
Fourmer pinched for Walsh ui
the eighth, tearing .off a useless
Jordan, recruit, made first ap
pearance in the ninth. He allowed
one hit, but was not scored on.
After today's game Sox leave
for Detroit, where they play Fri
day, Saturday and Sunday.
Cincinnati and Cubs split double-header,
Brown winning first
and Lavender losing the second.
Brownie's pitching was air
tight. Held Reds to six singles.
Keefe, Cramer and Tompkins
were all easy for Cubs. Sheckard
blew off a triple and two singles.
Saier duplicated Sheckard's
Cubs gathered 17. hits for 21
In the second game Lavender's
wildness got him.ih trouble. He
yielded 5 hits, but passed five.
Humphries held the Guhs help
less. Sheckard and Schulte each
poled two hits, Tinker and Zim
one apiece, and the rest of the
team went hitless. '
Richie pitched the eighth after
Lavender had been, hoisted for a
pinch hitter. The Reds got their
third run from him.
As .Pittsburgh won two the
Cubs dropped into,, third place as
a result of their split.,
Jackson and Cofibjpught out a
batting duel. Cobb h'ammered a
homer and double, -Jackson mac
ing a double and triple..
Rube Marqiiard ytohjanother,
making his 17th straight victory.
So far theGiant lefthander hasn't
lost a game this yealv "
He held the-JPhilliesJto 6 hits.
The onlv. run theNP'hlls made was
a Isomer by Killifei;.
Alexander also pitched well, al
lowing" but five hits. .They were
bunched in the iKird'inning.
Pittsburgh, had battiripractice
yesterday at the expense of seven
In the two- games Pirates made
35 hits and 29 runs, '
Bresnahan ued thjre6 pitchers
in the first game and fpur in the
Nap Rucker pitcher another of
his srreat srames yesterday, shut
ting Boston out wifh five hits.
This makes six straight wins
for the. Dodger soufchgaw, three of
them being shutouts.