National League Chicago 3,
New-York 0; other games, rain.
American League Chicago 4,
Philadelphia 3; .Washington 8,
Cleveland 7; St. Louis 9, Boston
2 Detroit 11, New York 3.
- Lew Richie1 ip the same old
Giant killer. Four hits were all 16
Nev Yorkers stuhg him for.
Ames, who ,started for the
Giants, was driven from the box
in the second, the only inning in
which, runs were scored. Tesreau
and Gfandall blanked the West
Jimmy ' Sheckard wielded the
most damaging club. His double
in the second scored two runs
after Leach had come in on a wild
pitch. . "
Light hinting! marked the Cub
attack, but thfeir qtlintet of safe
ties were wellvbuhched.
Three Giants were hurt. Wil
son and Fletcher had fingers
smashed by patched balls, and
Zimmerman Stepped on Groh's
hand. All retired from the game
and may be out a few days.
Larry Doyie was forced 4nto
the game when Groh was hurt.
Giant s,econd-sacker is still suffer
ing from the effects of ptomaine
Yesterday was the second time
this season the Giants have been
whitewashed. Boston, with Per
due pitching, did it once.
Fighting an uphill battle, Sox
came from behind, hopped Eddie
Plank and walked into third place
over the prostrate Athletjcs,
Rube Peters essayed to pitch
for Callahan, but retired after
five hits in the fourth had given
the Athletics.three runs.
Bill Lange then went into the
rifle pit. Bill did some fancy pitch
ing until two were out in the 9th,
when Coombs singled -and Bris
Lord doubled. Walsh then pitch
ed one ball to Oldring and pegged
him out at fir-st.
Sox failed to score Until sev
entlij when a pass to Kuhn, Rath's
single, Lord's trfple and Shano
Collins' one-timer evened the
Winning run came hi on Col
lins,' bad throw of Harry Lord's
grounder, allowing Rath to score
With, exception of Baker, Ath
letic infield played minor leagiie
ball. Eddie Collins also pulled
some classy.baserunning stunts. "
Strunk-, Who is taking Mur
phy's place in the Mack outfield,
made a swell diving catch of
Rutin's liner to open the ninth.
. Rath poled two singles and
Harry Lord kicked in a triple and
a paf r of one-sackers.
Athletics had no trouble get-'
ting hits, but-ihey didn't know
what to do after they got on.
Bill Lahge whiffed Mclnness,
Strunk and Barry in succession in
the Athletic fifth. ,
St. Louis Browns won their
first game of the season-ffom Bos
ton yesterday, batting Bedient,
Pape, Collins and Smith for 18
Old Jack Powell "stopped the
Red Sox sluggers with eight hits,
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