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, SABBATH SPORT
American League Washing
ton 3, Chicago 2 ; Philadelphia 8,
St. Louis 3; Detroit 4, New York
1 ; Boston 8, Cleveland 6.
National . League No games
Washington and Sox establish
ed what is-probably a league rec
ord yesterday when 'neither side
made a hit or run for five innings.
Sox broke .the charm in sixth
when Collins walked, took second
oh a wild pitch and scored on
Until eighth Nationals had but
one hit, a double by Tom.Hughes,
who was pitching, in the sixth.
Walsh cracked in eighth. Gan
dil, former Sox, tripled, Morgan
singled, Lord threw Ainsmfth's
bunt away, and McBride singled.
iThree runs scored.
Walter Johnson put a stop to
an incipient Sox rally in ninth.
Cal walked and took third on Mc
Intyre's single. Hughes was then
Johnson fanned Weaver, first
man to face him. Kuhn fouled out
to left, Cal scoring. Walsh fanned
to end the game.
Hughes had distinction of be
ing taken out of the box when he
had allowed but two hits in eight
Washington threatened in 9th,
but' freak double play in which
two men were killed at the plate
put damper on them.
Hughes walked seven White'
Nick Altrock, ex-Sox, and
Dutch Schaefer pulled their com-
Kedy stuff on base lines for Wash
Twenty men fanned out during
afternoon. -Walsh fanned nine,
Hughes a like number and John
son twp in the one inning he
Ainsmith, Washington back
stop, was off form, making two
frazzled heaves to get base run
ners. He caught "Morris Rath ofl
third with old-time bluff throw ta
second on an attempted double
Boston and Cleveland slugged
and clawed each other for 2 hours
and a quarter, Red Sox finally
coming out on top3
Vean Gregg star Nap south
paw, lasted three "innings, five
runs being scored off him in that
time. Steen and Baskette followed
Ray Collins, who started for
Boston, suffered Gregg's fate, re
tiring after second inning, when
two runs and six hits had been
made off him.
Buck O'Brien was not much
better, but managed to sta,ye off
defeat. , t
Jackson of Naps and Gardner
of Boston slugged leather for
keeps, each, grabbing four hits.
Two of Jackson's were doubles.
Eddie Plank baffled 16 St.
Louis Browns in dreary battle.
Stovall used four pitchers, but
all of them left their fool stuff in
clubhouse, Mackmen scoring ati
Pratt and Austin are only two
Browns who are playing ball,
worthy, of the .name They, made.'
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