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will not be among- those present,
Welch has effaced hihiself since
giving, the unsafe and insane de
cision Thursday, and cannot be
Christy Hathewson got .re
venge yesterday for the defeat
Brooklyn adthmistered "to him
Thursday. He held them to one
run and six hits. x
Murray, Myers and Fletcher
iound larger and Kent easy,
whaling a pair of hits each.
Seals Becker busted the boards
in left field for a home run.
Whenever a day passes on the
$ polo grounds without a homer
they examine the balls.
Eppa Rixey, fresh 'from the
University of Virginia, shut out
Boston yesterday while, the Phil-
,' lies ran up 15 hits and 10 runs
off Tyler and White.
Gawy Cravath worried the pel
let for a pair of doubles and two
Luderus, who slipped through
v Chances fingers, also polled a
pair of dQubles.
t Vic Saier is batting satisfactor
ily; however, and we have no re
grets for Luderus.
Marty OToole pitched the Pir
ates to another victory over Cin
cinnati, holding the Reds to 8
Pittsburg pulled a hatting bee,
w Byrne, Wilson and Simon ac
quiring three hits each.
O'Toole is conquering his wild
streak, and consequently winning
The Athletics and Boston split
another-double bill, both games
,-Houck and Coombs held Bed
Sox. to fear hits in first game,
whUfr Mackmen bunched bingles
In second Ray Collins again
mastered the Athletics, while
Morgan and Pennock were hit
hard by Boston.
Stuffy Mclnnes continued his
heavy hitting, pickin'g :of five
safeties during the afternoon.
Tris Speaker pilfeerd three
bases in second game with Laop
.catching. Athletics slipped back to third
Washington beat Highlanders'
in a hard-fought 16-inn"ing game,
in which each side used two pitch
ers. Fisher, who started for the
Yanks, was chased in the second
jn.fayof of Warhop, and Johnson
relieved Engle in the third for the
Both relief pitchers twirled
swell games, Johnson holding the
Yanks scoreless for 12 innings,
and allowing 4 hits. i
Washington failed to score on
Warhop from the 6th to the 16th.
Besides making a double and
two singles, Chick Gandil swiped
a pair of bases.
Waleer Johnson helped the
good work with a triple.
The Boston Nationals have
purchased Pitcher Brady from
Brooklyn's new baseball park
was opened this afternoen.
With the thermomtter batting
around 95, our idea of the, gfeat
est of indoor sports is drinking,
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