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National League New York
5, Chicago 2 ; Cincinnati 1, Brook
lyn 0; St. Louis 3-8, Boston 0-7
'(second, game 11 innings); Pitts
burgh 2, Philadelphia 0.
American League Philadel
phia 3, Chicago 2 ; Washington 2
4, Cleveland. 1-3 (first game 11
innings); Boston 3, St. Louis 2;
Detroit 6, New York, 2.
Poor baserunning and failure
to bunch hits were responsible for
New York made 5 errors and
Mathewson gave 11 hits, but
when the West Siders had
chances to clean" up they fell
down. In the first inning they
failed to score after filling the
bases- with one out.
Mdtty and Brown had one of
their old-time duels. Brownie was
the stingier with swats, giving
ninebut they hurt.
Schulte and Archer pulled a
pair of errors on the same hjt, pre
senting the Giants with two runs.
Charley Herzog swung on a
Brownieshoot with gusto in the
sixth and landed it in the left field
heckard led the Cubs with 3
hits, Evers being next with a
double and single.
Tinker, Mathewson's jinx, fail
ed to hit-safely.
Sox-Athletics game was all
crammed into ninth inning for a
With the score tied, Mattick
was safe on an error after one out.
H. stole second. Cal was passed.
Weaver singled and Mattick
scored. The next two went out.
Then the Mackmen won. Baker
singled and went to second on
Collins' error. Mclnness sacri
ficed and Strunk singled, scoring s
Baker. Strunk stole and then
Barry busted up the game with a A
sujgle to center.
Coombs and Walsh both pitch
ed good games, the Athletic hav- '
ing a shade. He allowed five hits
to eight off Walsh.
Weaver was responsible for t
two of the Sox hits, Rath, Collins jt
and ..Callahan getting the other '
Mplnness and Baker each wal-. ns
loped a pair of bingles. Z
Rube Oldririg, Athletic center te
fielder, played a star fielding
game, pulling down five flies.
Ralph Bell, a left-hander from "1
Burlington of the Central Asso- j
ciation, left to join the Sox last j;
night in response to a hurry call "
from Callahan. Sox boss is up
against it for pitchers.
Cy Young, another of the
numerous players of that name,
Will join the Sox next fall. He is
from the W i s c o n s i n-Illinois fv
League and has not been scored "
on for 76 innings.
Danny Murphy, slugging out
fielder of the Athletics, will be out
of the game all season with a case flfi'
of water on the knee.
Marty O'Toole pitched a swell
game yesterday, blanking the
Phillies. O'Tqole has overcome
his wild streak, v which was all he
needed to do to become a great
Five double plays featured the
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