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, SABBATH SPORT
- National League Chicago 3,
tSt. Louis 0; Cincinnati 2, Brook
. American League Cleveland
-4, St. Louis 0.
. Cubs got but four hits to 9 for
the Cards, but they were bunched
Lefty Leifield was lifted in
seventh with bases full and one
out. Lavender took up the bur
den and shut off the runs.
Eight hits were amassed by
Cards while Left was on the
mound. They got one from Lav
ender. Schulte, Tinker, Zimmerman
and Leach were the Cubs who
made safeties. Zim's bingle fol
lowed a pair of passes.
Bresnahan used Dale, Sallee
and Willis in the box in an effort
to change his luck.
Today and the next three days
on West Side Cubs tackle the
Giants. Rube Marquard will try
to make his record 20 straight
Zimmerman, who was put out
of Saturday's game, was not sus
pended. Yesterday's game between the
,Sox and Tigers was postponed by
rain, and both teams left for the
east, where Sox open against the
Walsh, Benz, White, Lange
and Peters were' the pitchers
taken on the trip. Mogridge,
Scott, Tannehill, Blackburne and
Mayer were left at home.
Jordan, the recruit pitchen-who
took part in a few games, has
been sold to Wichita of the West
Johnson, who worked two in
nings Saturday, was sent back to
Rachine for further seasoning.
Cincinnati beat Brooklyn in ten
innings, Benton keeping the hits
scattered better than Barger.
Hoblitzel and Mitchell won the
game with a double and a single.
Marsans, the Cuban, is-developing
into one of the most valuable
men on the Red team. He banged
a pair of hits and stole a base.
Bill Steen was stingy with hits
and the Naps beat St. Louis iy
Dode Birmingham pulled the
feature play of the game when he
cut a run off at the plate with a
swell throw from center.
Pratt, playing short for the
Browns, starred With some flashy
fielding, also getting a hit.
Both Lajoie and Jackson went
hitless yesterday. The Naps
seldom win when these sluggers
fail to hit.
. Packey McFarland has begun
training for bout with Young Mc
Cartney at Philadelphia, July 12.
Lefty George, secured by the
Naps from St. Louis in a trade for
Stovall, hasbeen turned over to
Toledo. Browns got all the best
of that trade.
Ray Schalk, Milwaukee's new
catcher, is a much-wanted young
ster. Both Chicago clubs have ap
plied for an option on him, and
three other teams have offered
from $5,000 to $10,000 for a cal
on him. Duffy refuses to sell.
Meixel, an outfielder from Ya
zoo City of Cotton States League,