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American League' Chicago
b-1, Philadelphia 9-2; St. Louis 2,
Washington 3 ; Cleveland 8, New
iYork 3; Detroit 4, Boston 2.
National League No games
South Side Had its private water
carnival yesterday when Sox and
'Athletics paddled and swam
through a double header.
Doc White used a left-handed
crawl in the first game. Doc did
a two-handed crawl by request in
the eighth, when the Mackmen
had soaked him for 12 hits and
Cicotte worked one inning,
when Athletics collected three
more hits and two runs.
Bender got beyond his depth in
ninth, and Coombs took him a life
preserver. In the last two in
nings Sox scored six runs.
They were helpless before Ben
'der in the first seven frames.
Crabb, a recruit, went all right
in second game, giving Macks biit
eight hits in eight innings.
, He was dipped up in the eighth
td allow Rollie Zeider to pinch hit
futilely, and Ed Walsh pitched
Schalk, catcher secured from
Milwaukee, caught game No. 1,
and looked good. He allowed but
one champ to steal, handled
everything that came his way be
hind the bat, and pasted a hit
during the ninth inning rally.
Ted Easterly and Recruit Ber
rans also pinched with effect in
first game- ...
Callahan let Berrans go the
route in second,, and the rookie
Easterly caught a swell game
and poled a hit.
Strunk was star for Philadel
phia in first, clubbing a homer
and three singles. He singled
once in the second battle.
Oldrirg, E. Collins, Bris Lord
and Mclnnes whaled the pill all
Chick Mattick smashed two
lusty hits in first clash.
Ping Bodie whacked a homer
and single off Jack Coombs in
Yesterday wound up the Sox
home stand. They play in Cleve
land today, opening the eastern
invasion in Washington tomor
row. It will be Sept. 1 before
thej- return to South Side.
Though beaten, the Sox pulled
a triple play in the second game.
In the seventh Lord ar& Lapp
singled. Coombs flied to J. Col
lins, who threw to Johnson, retir
ing Lord, and Ernie heaved to
Rath, who tagged Lapp for the
Sullivan, Mayer, Berrans,
Lange and Scott were left at
home by Callahan.
Cubs have one more battle with
Boston after today, then return
hpme to meet the eastern teams.
They have gained on the Giants
on the present trip.
Jean Dubuc pitched his 11th'
straight victory, winning final
game from Boston.
Sam Crawford won the game
for the Tigers with a four-base
1 smash in the sixth off Hall, who
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