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Speaker being the only clubber to
get more than one.
Stovall walloped a single, dou
ble and triple, Laborte tfot three
singles and a tr iple, aiid Jatttfcen
. maced a homer arid single.
Washington made it ten
straight in one of th6 nidst sen
sational games oi the SeaSdfy
pulling down the Napa after the
latter had secured a six-fun Itad
in the first inning.
Groom lasted 1 inning against
the Naps, being stung for five hits
and six ruris Cashidn" Went tx
innings and gave the CleVeland
ers two hits, bne a kdmef by East
erly in the secottdi VaUghn went
in last two arid Was unhittabta
Baskette wfirit the' distance1 for
Davis arid g"aVfe 13 hits for 19
Foster ana Morgan of the Na
tionals each pulled a double and
triple, the thif d b&Behiatl also get
ting a single.
Clyde Milan Continued his
speedy base ruHhliig, swiping a
pair of sacks on Easterly's catch
ing. Garidll Singled twice, sfcdfed
twice and stole a base, ih addi
tion td fielding sehsatidrially
Yesterday's defeat was the
eighth straight f6f the Yankees.
.Tfifey were soft for Detroit.
bubue yielded nine hits, but
they were far apart, and his
mates gave hitti ettdugh ttiafgin
to take it easy.
Russell Ford had nothing, to
fbbl the Tigers, who Walloped
him for 15 bhigles, including
three doubles aHd a triple.
Ty Cfcbb beat 6Ut 4 infield hits.
Detroit has begun building up
its teatri itt ari e&of t to secure an
other pennant-winning machine.
Deal, a third baseman, has been
setUred from Jackson, Mich., and
Bashahg, an outfielder, from Lex
ington, Ky, will report imme-,
Gt)& PRECISE ARTIST.
SoUiethiHg green in the way of
v She My g t $ c i o U s ! (slap)'
GoodriessM (CFafck) The higsqui
toes" are eatihg file Up ! (slap) Did
you ever see such contemptible
She -1 ddn't thirik you're a bit
(slap) sympathetic! YoU oUght to
be (slap) furious dt ahy enemy of
mine, (slap, slap).
He Oh, I'm sympathetic for
you all right enough, but I ah
I t eally, I can't Blame the irios
qUit&es. . ..