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National League Chicago 6,
Boston 5 (13 innings) ; St. Louis
3-4, New York 2-2; Philadelphia
2, Cincinnati 1.
American League Cleveland
5, Philadelphia 2.
It took 17 Cubs 13 innings to
beat 11 Braves, but they did it and
gained a game and a half on New
The Giants still have a lead of
11 games in the pennant race.
Reulbach, Leifield, Maroney
and Richie tried their hand pitch
ing against Boston. Reulbach
lasted but one inning.
Leifield, who relieved him, was
yanked in the seventh, and Ma
roney pitched one frame, when
Richie went in and blanked the
Braves the remainder of game.
Hess and Brown, Kling's first
two pitchers, were punk, but Ty
ler held the Cubs to two hits and
one run in six innings.
Evers hurt his foot in the sev
enth and Downs replaced him.
Jerry batted in the tying run with
a double, started the winning 13th
with a single and banged another
safety for a perfect record.
Heinie Zimmerman also poled
three hits, a single, double and
Tommy Leach, in addition to
shooting a double and single, had
five putouts and two assists in the
Jackson, in left for Boston,
batted in hard luck. Twice Leach
balls off his bat. He managed to
place a single.
Gowdy chased Reulbach to -the
bench in the second by whaling
the first ball for four bases.
Devlin and Sweeney each got
two hits, one of Sweeney's being
Cubs made their 14 hits count
for twenty bases, while Boston
got 17 sacks on 10 swats.
You've got to hand it to Rube
Marquard. He is a bigger sensa
tion than ever right now. After
winning 19 straight he has lost
With great east the Rube lost
two games to St. Louis yesterday.
With the score tied in the first
game he relieved Wiltse in the
eighth. In the ninth the Cards
hammered a victory.
Rube was indignant, and went
back for more in the second. He
got it. He lasted six innings, .in
which time he yielded nine hits
and three passes.
Moore outpiched Benton and
the Phils trounced the Reds once
more. Three hits were all the
Benton kept the Philly hits
scattered until the ninth, when
Magee tripled and Luderus sin
gled. Cleveland took the Athletics to
Napville for a single game yester
day and gave them sound thrash
ing. Both teams switch back to
Naps walloped Cy Morgan and
Pennock for 14 hits and 5 runs,
while Blanding held the Mack
men td six safeties.
Ryan and Olson led the Naps at
made spectacular catches of fly