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hit of the daj tieing the score.
The Tigers won the game in
tne tenth with- one hit. Black
titirne, who had replaced Weaver,
messed up Bush's roller. Cobb
gnd Crawford popped out Dele
Jhanty singled. Benz, who had re
lieved White, hit Moriarity in the
ribs, and followed this by passing
Louden, forcing over the big
Doc White was hit hard, but
most of the scores came after
Collins and Lord helped So to
nine runs by 'their hitting. Cap
smashed safely three times and
Cal shifted his team. Collins
was on first, Bodie in "right and
Mattick in center. This was be
cause the manager sent Zeider
home for violating the rule that
every player must be in the hotel
Zeider was benched' indefinite
ly. The new line-up certainly de
livered the goods yesterday.
Giants made it 11 straight by
trimming Boston twice. Mar
quard did not pitch either.
"New York stole 12 bases during
the afternoon. You can't beat
that kind of baseball.
TcGraw used most of -his sub
stitutes in the second game. In
the two massacres the Giants col
lected 33 hits; -
Philadelphia and Brooklyn split
' a double-header. The first game
was a freak affair. Philadelphia
made ten hits, six for extra bases,
and Brooklyn made four of its
seven hits count for more than
Gayvy Cravath pasted another
Good-night, C i h c i n n ati. St.
Louis bumped them yesterday.
The Cards found Fromme and
Taylor for 14 hits, Oakes getting
Marsans, the Cuban with the
Reds, sf ting .three singles.
Athletics made themselves a
big factor in American League
J race by taking two from Wash
ington, going injo secana piace.
Vaughn was outpitched by
Bender and Coombs in the first,
and in the second the Mackmen,
tied the score in the ninth by
whaling Pelty for four runs. They
got the big one in the tenth.
Boston did NOT make it 11
straight by winning two from
New York yesterday. Washing
ton took the first game of a
doubje-header from the Red Sox
three games ago, breaking their
streak of nine wins.
Consistent slugging won for
Boston. In the first game Tris
Speaker clubbed a pair of doubles
Russell Ford was beaten again.
Getting to he a habit withf the
Vincent Padula, auto racerf
tried to knock down a fence on
the Philadelphia track. Frank
Bishop, mechanician, seriously
hure, but Padula escaped with a
'Del Gainor, first basernan of
Detroit, whose wrist was broken
b,y one of Coombs' shoots last
year, will have the bone rebrpken
and set again. It pains him tq bat
J J , AVniHi jiritA.