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Twahome runs were made. All
of Boston's runs scored on Titus'
four-baser in first.
Crandall tightened after first
-and had easy sailing after Snod
grass kicked in a homer with two
on in fourth.
Philadelphia and Brooklyn see
sawed through a game, the Phils
finally landing on top. Alexander
was driven from the box in the
eighth by a fusillade of hits.
TJrennan got through the ninth
In the eighth Brooklyn went
from two runs behind to two to
the good, but the Phils came
right back with three..
Zack Wheat joined the home
run crowd, and Tooley and Dooin
each blasted a trio of hits.
Washington took freak game
from Athletics. They went hitless
for five r"oundsand then bunched
5 .safeties in last three innings.
Hughes was knocked from box,
but old Barney Pelty baffled the
Bhis Lord pulled two singles
and triple, while Milan, McBride
and Mclnness each rung up two
'Detroit and Cleveland staged
swatfest, ih which . Cobh and
Jackson fought a batting duel on
.Each of the stick kings bagged
three hits, one of f he Peach's go
ing Nf or a double.
" Naps had a six run lead, but
Detroit, overcame this in last
three sessions. They made three
tallies in ninth.
Krapp of Cleveland was wild,
as Usual. He passed seven. Bas-1
kette-who- relieved, him' ipf the"1
ninth, pitched but one ball,3vlor
iarity whacking a 'single, and;
driving in the tieing and 'winning
Johnny Coulon of Chicago,
bantam champ, beat Joe "Wagner
of New York in the Metropolis
last night. Coulon was cautious
early in the bout, but in lSst three
rounds punched his opponent all
over the ring. i
That fight between Wolgasj:
and Rivers looks a. whole lot mor
like a real contest than the thing
JFlynn andjohnson;are to pull off
tomorrow. . '
Johnson has filed a - $25,000
damage suit against a- Pittsburg
produce man, alleging- he Was
permanently and incurably injur
ed when an auto truck' belbngflng
to the cpmmission house struck
the smoke'sauto. .
If Johrisbn really figliti, he'll
have a fa.t.chance of making that
"permanently injured" stuff stick
aner ne hmshes with Jblynn.
NO JOKE TO HIM. v '
Our Joke Editor on, the Jpb.
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