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National League Chicago 10,
Brooklyn 3; New York 4, Cincin
nati 1; Pittsburgh 2, Boston 0;
Philadelphia 6, St. Louis 2.
American League New York
13, Chicago 3; Philadelphia IS, St.
Louis 4; Washington 5, Detroit
3 ; Boston 8, Cleveland 3.
Yesterday made third straight
from Brooklyn. All easy.
"Xew Richie allowed Dodgers to
hit until they became dangerous
and then tightened up. Ten bin
gles were secured.
Barger, one-time Cub jinx, was
charitable, allowing 13 hits good
for 21 bases.
Extra base hits were plentiful,
Cubs hanging up four doubles
and two triples while Dodgers
got four two-baggers.
Johnny Evers is making a
strong bid for batting honors. In
last four games he has whaled six
singles, two triples and a double.
As he was passed three times, he
secured 9 hits out of 10 times at
Sheckard, Schulte, Leach and
Needham did some tall clubbing,
all getting two hits. One of
Sheck's was a triple, and the other
three each nicked a double and
Heinie Zim got back in the
game for eight innings, when he
kicked himself into the clubhouse
when he was called out at third.
Zim poled one single.
Bill Dahlen drew a three-day
suspension for his debate with
Ump Owens Sunday..
Pitchers Ahlstrom and Vernon
and Shorts op Gaffney, Cub re
cruits, were unconditionally re
leased yesterday by Chance."
Bill Bailey, American's baseball
literary gent, yesterday called this
trio world beaters. They beat it,
, Daubert, Hummel and Miller
each bagged two hits for Dodg
ers. All made doubles and singles.
By losing yesterday Sox made
their record on present eastern
trip 3 won and 10 lost. Some rec
ord. Peters and Bell attempted to
pitch for Sox, but their support
was full of holes.
With two out and two on in the
first Bodie misjudged a fly, after
which four runs cashed.
Zeider erred in the third with
two out and two runs counted.
Harry Lord drove Zeider in
ahead of him in the fourth with a
terrific home run.
Rollie Zeider was back at first,
celebrating his return with three
Weaver scored Callahon with a
triple in the second, but was out
at the plate trying,.to stretch the
blow to a fiomer.
Sterrett, Hartzell and Martin
were the day's heavy clouters,
with three hits each. Martin
hooked one double and the others
grabbed a triple apiece.
Bell relieved Peters in eighth.
It was small relief, as Yanks'put
over four runs in the session.
Jacques Fournier, first base
rookie of whom great things were
predicted, has been sent to Mon
treal by Callahan. He figures that