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National League Chicago 6,
Cincinati 1; Brooklyn 9, Boston
3; New York 4, Philadelphia 3;
Pittsburgh 3, St. Louis 2 (12 in
nings). American League Washing
ton, Boston 4; Philadelphia 4,
New York 0; Cleveland 4, De
Ed Reulbach caused rejoicing
among Cubs by swell game he
Tb.isx.is the second four-hit
game he has pitched against the
Reds this series. He was unlucky
in losing the first one.
As in first game of series, Bes
cher was only Red to score on the
ex-Notre Dame star.
Joe Tinker led attack of the
Cubs with pair of singles and
Sheckard, Zimmerman and
Evers each kicked in brace of sin
gles and Schulte pushed over two
runs with a long tripje.
Hank O'Day is about as popu
lar in Cincinnati now as'a mana
ger as he was as an umpire. The
gate receipts have stirunk since
the Reds fell into a losing streak.
Only trouble with the Cub ma
chine is its failure to steal bases.
The men are woefully slow on the
White Sox stopped off in Ken
dallville, Ind., on their way to De
troit yesterday and trimmed
small town team 15 to 2.
Jordan and Peters stopped rur
al gents with four hits.
Some unknown named Cookl
worked for Kendallville and the
Sox liked his style of serving. .
They made five home runs, one
triple, a pair of doubles and 11
Fournier and Mattick are some
batters against rube pitching.
The Frenchman poled two hom
ers and a sing(e while Mattick
got to Cook for a double and two
Cal's pitchers are due to earn
their salaries when they strike St.
Louis Monday. Five games are
scheduled in three days.
Giants made it nine straight
yesterday, winning from the Phil
lies in a driving finish.
They tied the score with three
runs in the eighth and put the
sugar point overin'the ninth.
Crandall was outpitched by
Brennan in the early part of the
game, but the Quaker hurler
weakened in last two frames.
Hall, sensational pitcher of the
Boston Red Sox, who trimmed
the White Sox with ease here,
was driven from the box by
Pape was just as easy for the
Nationals and they rolled up 11
Hughes was hit- hard, but he
kept the Red Sox bingles far
Milan of Washington pasted"
two doubles, two singles and
iioie a Dase, aiso assisting in a
double play. Some record.
Chick Gandil, who wasn't good
enough for the White Sox, also
assisted with a single and triple.
. Connie Mack seems to have
picked up a ood-pitching ecruit
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