sation. In the first 17 innings
Pittsburg made but 7 hits, good
for two runs.
Pittsburg scored twice in the
18th, and Hess went to the club
house. Then Boston tied it, and
Hess returned to the ring. He
was weakened from the strain,
and Pittsburg found him for three
Boston rallied in the nineteenth,
and Houser, who batted for Hess,
singled two runs home with two
otlt. With a chance to knot the
count once more, Titus flied out.
rCamnitz pitched latter part of
game for Pittsburg, and found
the going rough.
Kelley, Carey "and Sweeney
each soaked three hits during the
Giants accepted charity at
hands of Reds, winning joke
Leon Ames did some red-headed
pitching that mystified Hank
Fromme went well for Cincin
nati. He was hoisted in eighth
for a pinch hitter who couldn't
pinch, and then New York rung
up five runs off Moore.
iSt Louis and Philadelphia split
dfiuble bill, featured by good
Steele outpitched Moore and
Seaton in the first. Brennan went
through second for Quakers, giv
ing Cards two measly hits.
Miller Huggins, the Card sec-ond-sacker,
got three hits in the
first battle and one of the two off
Brennan in the second.
Besides Ditching air-tight ball,
Brennan poled a triple and two
singles off Geyer. Paskert, Lo
bert and Luderus safetied twice.
Hugh Bedient gave five hits to
Yerkes and Austin were only
players to bag more than one hit.
Washington lost its first game
of the year in the west, Joe Lake'
holding them while his mates
Lake also put ball over the left
field fence, the second time it has
been done on the Detroit field.
Danny Moeller, National right
fielder, clubbed safely-three times.
He also pilfered twice.
Bashang, recruit, played his
first game in big league, holding
down left field for Detroit. Start
ed his career with one single.
Ty Cobb couldn't do any better.
It was first time in ten days that
Georgian has failed to accumulate
more than one hit a game.
Al Orth, who has been booted
all around basball map, became
a candidate for more hard knocks
yesterday. He joined the National
League umpiring staff, perform-"
ing in -Philadelphia. Smiling Al
pleased the populace.
John M- Ward, president of the
Boston Braves, yesterday retired
from baseball, his stock in club
being bought by James E. Gaff
ney of. New York.
JoelMandot, who is to meet Joe
Rivers at Los Angeles, Labor
Day, toyed with a pair of boxers
in two four-round bouts at New
Orleans last' night. Mandot was a
trifle slow, due to idleness.
Hadesman Colts walloped the
Bellos Juniors in an exciting
game, 12 to 10. "Rube" Hades-
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