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have one chance to crawl up on
Giants. So far the West Siders
have won ten out of eleven games
played-on present trip.
Chasing Rube Marquard is be
coming a popular amusement.
Pirates did it yesterday in sec
ond inning, when they had scored
(our runs and had bases choked.
Ames went in, and Pittsburgh
continued to have a field day with
Hans Wagner was in a happy
mood, soaking a double, single
Hendrix was very effective
against the GJants but eased up
in the latter innings. ( ,
St., Louis and Brooklyn flayed
some freak game. Both -sides
plugged the pill, the Cards-getting
12 hits and Dodgers 13.
In the third Konetchy clubbed
a homer with two on. In the fifth
jft e hit for the circuit with one one,
' and' after a single by .Hauser
vRbel Oakes. put the ball over the
fence. Some slugging.
, Boston romped over the Reds,
clubbing combined slants of three
so-called pitchers for 13 soHtJ
hits. ' t
t "Arthur Devlin cleaned bases
Jta sixth, and in addition, smashed
ja double and single. t .t
j. Tyler gave Reds five hits and
tHank 0Day a. faint -feeling, oyer
the 'heart, " '
Joe Jackson blew off a triple in
first and a double in fifth, beating
Five hits were all Bedient al
lowed Naps, but they were
Vean Gregg was stung for ten
safeties, but when Red Sox got?
men on base he was tighter than
a new shoe.
Jack Polwell knocked a home
run in first inning against Ath
letics, and was so surprised that
.he- forgot to blow mpduring the
gatne."tHe downed the'Mackmen
eaiily.'- ! t
Brown, Pennock and Houck all
had a shot at pitching.
r That Brown youngster, Der-
rm rratt, still continues1 ta kick
up a muss. His stunt yesterday
was a double and single and a
great day in the field.
Detroit and New York fought a
dreary battle in which each made
Tigers got theirs in bunches,
while -George Miillin put on
brakes when he was in danger of
being scored on.
v Lee Tannehiil, veteran Sox
shortstop, was released yesterday
to Kansas City of American as
sociation. Tanny has had hard -luck"
this year. When he seemed
due for a good start, Walter -
Johnson hit him on the wrist
with a fast ball, breaking the
bone. Tannehiil was one of the
old guard that brought a world's
championship to the South Side.
He has, a lot of baseball left in
'demons, the southpaw secured
by the Cubs from Buffalo Center,
la., has been released to Louisville.
A diamond known as a "bril
liant" has fifty-eight facets ; a rose
diamond is faceted only on the
top and has a flat base.