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' American League Chicago 2,
jWashington 1 ; Philadelphia 5, St.
Louis 1 ; Detroit 6, New York 3;
Boston 5, Cleveland 4 (twelve in
nings). National League Philadel
phia 6, Chicago, 1 ; Cincinnati 6,
Boston 3;" Pittsburgh 7, New
York 2; Brooklyn 7, St. Louis 4.
Doc White exercised his old
time hoodoo over Washington
Veteran port-sider held his fellow-townsmen
to 4 hits. The Sox
got same number against com-'
binedefforts of Groom and Pelty.
, Sox won the game in first in
ning. With 2 men dn bases Shano
Collins cracked a -vicious one
right at George- McBride, who
usually eats them up, but ball
-took sharp bound over Washing
ton captain's head and both run
Senators made their lone tally
jn the 9th when Walker singled,
ktole second and came home on
Morgan's one-base tap.
I Clyde Milan, star Washington
butfielder, -was put out of game
for first time in his career when
fie kicked on third strike.
Mgr. Callahan benched himself
Jn the 2d after he had singled- on
'account of his bum leg. Zeider
ran for him and Mclntyre took
his place in left field.
Griffith has purchased Frank
Xa Porte, second baseman of the
Browns. La Porte will come in
handy for utility purposes.
, Aided mostly by efforts of
Pitcher Seaton, Mike Doolan and
Otto Knabe, the Phillies wal-
loped Cubs 6 to 1 yesterday.
West Side crew made only 7
scattered hits off delivery of
young Seaton, while Richie and
Cheney gave Easterners nine.
After Philadelphia had made 4
runs in 4 innings off Lew Richie,
the lurid person was withdrawn
and Cheney took up task. Quak
ers hailed his coming by making
another run right off the reel.
Knabe banged out a triple,
double and single. No wonder
Garry Herrman looks yearningly
upon him. He also scored 3 runs.
Mike Doolan gof3 singles, all
coming at opportune times.
Fritz Williams, who is on Cub
roster, played last 2 innings and
managed to score only Cub run.
Zimmerman could not make a
hit off Seaton. Leach fared just
Dick Cotter replaced Jimmy
Archer in 7th after latter had re
ceived series of bumps.
This is only second defeat Cubs
have suffered on this trip, while
they have added 9 to "won" col
umn. Does that begin to resem
ble pennant noise?
Chance, by the way, formally
announced last night that Cubs
would grab the bunting.
Pitcher Clemons left Cubs last
night bound for Louisville. He
was -very effective while with
West Siders when they were
playing exhibition games.'
Cobb played a brilliant game
against the Highlanders.
In 4th Tyrus walked, stole sec
ond shot to third with Sweeney;