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Miller was .hurt when he crashed
into the fence chasing a foul fly.
tie resumed play after being laid
out for five minutes.
Evers and Archer cracked three
hits each. Jim is becoming one
of the top sluggers of the team.
Schulte and teach safetied
twice, Saier being the only man
besides the pitchers who failed to
Chicago fans are much pleased
at the work of Mike Mowrey. The
Cardinal third baseman whacked
a homer in eighth yesterday with
a man on base.
Wiltse- and Crandall held down
St. Louise swats, but they came
Hauser of St. Louis collected
three hits' and correctly handled
Cubs are now seven and a half
" games behind Giants, who have
lost four of their last five games.
Robinson, pitching for Pitts
burg, won his own game by doub
ling in the second with two on.
Allen was strong except in that
inning, and held Pirates scoreless.
Brooklyn failed to score on
Robinson until ninth. Then
Smith doubled and scored on
Hummel's single. Dodgers filled
bases with one out, but Phelps
and Erwin popped to infield.
Hans Wagner and Mike Don
lin annexed two hits apiece.
Both teams put up a swell field
ing game, Wagner making only
error of the afternoon.
George Mullin was driven from
box by Boston Red Sox in five in
nings. Worts then held Red Sox
scoreless, but damage was dqne-
Bedient stopped Tiger sluggers
with five hits.
Hooper, Yerkes, Lewis and
Stahl pried loose two hits each.
Bush is only veteran now play
ing in Tiger infield. Onslow,
brother of the Detroit catcher, is
at first, Louden at second and
Deal at third.
Onslow is a left-handed throw
er and is making a hit with Jen
Vean Gregg was too much for
Highlanders, who made but six
hits against Cleveland. .-
Naps pounded McConnell hard,
Jackson alone getting three sin
gles. Since being placed at head of
batting order, Buddy Ryan is do
ing good clubbing for Naps. He
Prior to yesterday's Detroit
Boston game, Wild Bill Donovan
was presented with gold watch
and diamond-studded fob by
President Ban Johnson on behalf
of Bill's Detroit admirers.
Outfielder J. Barrens of St
Johns, N. B., team has been
signed by Comiskey
Billy Gibson is trying to secure
Johnny Kilbane as one of attrac
tions for his all-star show in New
Joe Jeannette, who has laid
claim to the heavyweight title,
knocked Hank Griffin through
the ropes in the third round at
Scranton last night. Griffin re
fused to crawl back into ring.
National commission has nam
ed August 26 as beginning of the.
20-day drafting period during
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