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National League Philadel
phia 6, Chicago 5 ; New York 10,
Pittsburgh 2; Brooklyn 7, St.
Louis 1 ; Cincinnati-Boston game
American League Chicago 1
3; Boston 0-7; Cleveland 5, New
York 1; Washington 11-6, St.
Louis 0-7 (second game 10 in
nnings); Detroit 13-4, Philadel
phia 1-5 (2nd game 11 innings).
Just when it was least expected
'the Cubs got a jolt. And to make
it Worse the Giants beat Pitts1
Cheney allowed the Dooinites
but eight hits. They were dam
The 12 hits Cubs collected did
not come in bunches-
Gawy Cravath busted the tie
wice. In the third he tripled with
,two on and scored on an infield
out. In the eighth, with the score
5 all, he landed $he pill in the
bleachers for a homer.
Zim was star clubber for the
Cubs with a pair of doubles and a
Larry Cheney did his durndest
by poling a trio of singles.
Cubs filled the bases twice in
the seeventh on passes and hits,
but scored only two runs. Saier
rolled out to Luderus with the
In ninth Cubs had a chance to
win, but Leach fanned with men
on second and third and two out.
Phillies kicked three double
plays into the afternoon's sport,
all coming when the Cubs had ex-'
cellent chances to score.
White Sox beat Boston in.the
opener, but with Ed Walsh out of
the way Boston toojc the second
Big Ed was the works in first.
He allowed Boston but two hits,
one of these being a scratch. Only
one man reached third base.
O'Brien was. also in good form,
and the South Siders failed to
score until the ninth. Then Col
lins singled and Weaver blew a
triple, chasing over the big count.
In the second game Peters was
no mystery to the Red Sox and
they climbed him for 15 solid-hits.
Joe Wood, the star of the Red
Sox staff, stopped our representa
tives with half a dozen bingles.
Harry Lord was the only man to
get more than one.
Speaker and Yerkes each nailed
three hits off Peters. Gardner,
StaTil and Wagner collected two
Jacques Fournier has lost his
batting eye. Since going east the
big Frenchman has been the
weakest batter on the team.
Jimmy Callahan pulled the best
catch ever made in the new Bos
ton park when in the seventh in
ning of the second game he rah
up on the embankment in, left
field and pulled in Wood's fly
with his bare hand.
Christy Mathewson revived the
Giants yesterday long enough to
hang a large defeat on Pirates.
Camnitz and Adams, who shot
for Pittsburgh, left their skill in
the clubhouse. They were stung
for 13 hits.
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