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innings and kept the blows scat
tered until the last frame, when
Bedient singled and scored on
Hooper's blow that would have
been good for a homer.
Weaver presented the Red Sox
with their first run.
Ping Bodie fanned five times,
and Zeider pinched for him in the
Fournier was benched, Collsns
going to first and Harry Mcln
tyre to the outfield.
Giants gained a full game on
Cubs by splitting a pair of games
Rube Marquard came back and
held Pirates to five hits first game.
In the second Pittsburgh found
Ames easy and he was chased to
make room for Crandall.
Hendrix pitched a swell game,
and also showered a paif of
doubles against the left field Wall.
Tyler held Cincinnati to 5 hits,
but some open-work backing by
h:s teammates presented game to
Brooklyn took another beating
from St. Louis; Bresnahan using
his regulation three pitchers to
win his sixth straight game.
Curtis and Allen did some al
leged pitching for Brooklyn. In
the second the two of them com
bined to present the Guards with
five passes, three coming with the
Wainington took both ends of
double attraction from St. Louis,
neither game being close or in
teresting as a battle.
Groom and Cashion were the
winning pitchers, beating Powell
in the first and C. Brown and
Hamilton in the second.
Chick Gandil did some nifty
clubbing in the two games, ac
quiring five hits.
Clyde Milan added to his speed
record by swiping three sacks in
the second game. ,
Detroit and the Athletics again
Ty Cobb, who made the re
markable record of seven success
ive hits in a double-header three
days ago, duplicated the perform
In the first game he poled two
home runs and three singles, and
the first two times up in the sec
ond he delivered a double arid
single. His second homer won the
first game, chasing in another run.
Eddie Collins, the Athletic sec
ond baseman, also had a full day,
getting three hits in each game.
Both teams ran wild on bases,
17 sacks being pilfered.
New York Yankees have re
leased Outfielder Little to Hart
ford of the Connecticut League.
Cy Morgan, sold to Kansas
City by Connie Mack, threatens
to quit baseball and go to farming
rather than return to the minors.
Cy surely looks like a good farm
er, judged by his last performance
with the Mackmen.
George Stovall, manager of the
Browns, has been suspended in
definitely by President Johnson
for tearing off some oratory with
Mill Lilla Gilbert, $15,000,000
heiress, is to wed her ideal, who to
qualify had to be a millionaire and
an expert on pigs and poultry.