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BlTS OF SPORT
3 Yesterday's Results.
" American League Philadel
phia 6, Washington 2; Detroit 8,
Cleveland 2j Boston 4, New
'National League Chicago 1,
Pittsburg 0 (12 innings); New
York 9, Boston 6; Philadelphia
101, -Brooklyn- 7-14; Cincinnati
12iSt. Louis' 6.
' Jimmy Lavender has held Pir
ates scoreless for 21 straight in
jiirigS, this 'being the second 1 to
0 score he has put over them in a
week. m '
G'Toole, Baseball luxury,
pitched against the Cubs, and
held them- safe until 'Schulte
busted the ball for a homer in the
Outside the3Kork of the pitch
ers and Schulte's homer, the
game was featureless1. Pittsburg
made 6 hits and the Cubs 5.
ItfewYcrk m?de it 13 straight
in the National by beating Bos
ton. The BraVes chased Tesreau
from the "box, but weretosed out.
Wilson decided thegame with
a four-base drive while the bases
Merkle also blew himself to a
home run. Homers are daily oc
currences on Giant lot.
Cincinnati tiumped the Cards
again, forcing JBresnahan to use
his usual three pitchers.
. Cards got the most hits, but
.they did not count as much as the
Konetchy poled three singles
.and a triple.
J Boston made but three hits off
McConnell, but the Yankees lost,
4 to 1.
Hall for Boston allbwed six
hits and kept them scattered. The
Red Sox bunched their hits with
Athletics bpat Washington
easily, knocking Groom from box
C. Brown, Mack's latest re
crtiitj pitched another good game.
He is filling out Mack's pitching
staff in great shape.
Strunk and Baker hit hard,
former getting a homer.
George Mullin beat Naps with
Gregg in the box, a pretty good
stunt for an old man.
All the Tigers hit the ball hardt
There will be no losers in the
numerous fights billed for July 4.
All the boxers are giving out
statements telling how they will
WALKING VS. RIDING.
"Walking is the thing to give a
man a good appetite, eh?"
"Urn, yes but I notice that the
guys who ride in automobiles or
der a bigger meal than mere pe