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Standing of the Clubs.
American League. W. I. Pet.
Boston 71 34 .676
WashinP-tnn 65 40 .619
i Philadelphia 60 43 .583
Chicago 52 50 .510
Detroit 53 54 .495
Cleveland 48 56 .461
St. Louis 33 70 .320
New York 32 69 .317
National League. W.
New York 72
St. Louis 46
'American League Chicago 7,
Philadelphia 6; Boston 6, Detroit
1; Cleveland 3, New York 1;
Washington 2, St. Louis 0 (two
National League Chicago 9,
Boston 7; St. Louis 4, New York
2 ; Pittsburgh 2, Brooklyn 1 ; Cincinnati-Philadelphia,
The ailing Athletics were out
slugged almost two to one by the
How far Mack's machine has
slipped was clearly shown. They
secured a three-run lead in the
first inning, but Brown and
Houck cracked before the White
CaTs jcrew scored five runs in
the second inning before a man
, was retired.
Rath, J. Collins, Johnson and
Kuhn rung tip two hits each, Ed
Walsh hitting safely three times.
Ernie Johnson is cementing his
job on the South Side. Both of his
nits ngurea in scoring, ana ms ae
fensive game was brilliant.
John Collins pulled two punk
plays, but his hitting and fielding
the rest of the game made up for
Frank Baker was only Athletic
to really solve Walsh. Giant kill
er blew off a double and two sin
gles. Jack Lapp treated himself to a
home run 'with no one on base.
Walsh fanned nine of Mack's
ginks. In first, although Athlet
ics crossed plate three times, Ed
whiffed the side. ,
Cubs are another game nearer
Giants as result of their win over
Boston while New Yorkers were
Both teams whaled the ball,
Cubs getting 17 bingles to 13 for
For the first time in his big
league career Lefty Liefield was
chased "by Braves. They had
made four runs and. seven hits
when he retired in fourth
Charley Smith looked like a
real pitcher from then to the
ninth, when Boston scored three
Tyler went the route for Bos
ton. Heinie Zimmerman started hit
ting. He poked a homer and sin
gle, his four-base clout in first
driving Tinker in ahead of him.
Ward Miller partook of four
hits while subbingfor, Sheckard.
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