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. BASEBALL DOPE
American League Chicago 5,
Washington 3; New York 3, De
National League rChicago 4,
Boston 2; Pittsburgh 3, Brooklyn
lj Cincinnati 7; Philadelphia 6.
Ed Reulbach yanked the Cubs
half a game nearer New York by
It was first real ball game of
the series, the pitching and field
ing being up to big league stand
ard. Perdue and Tyler held Cubs to
eight hits, while Boston made
seven off' Reulbach.
Frank Schulte knocked off an
other homer, putting pill in
bleachers cfff Perdue in sixth.
Vic Saier scored one run him
self, and whaled in another pair
with a triple and single.
Zimmerman 'hit safely twice
and scored same number of times.
. Sweeney and McDonald were
only Braves to find Reulbach suc
cessfully. McDonald pasted two
doubles and Sweeney soaked pair
Cubs open on West Side with
New York tomorrow. Chance's
gang is only six games behind the
leaders and a clean sweep is liable
to bust the Giants for rest of the
season. Chance has been, nursing
his flingers along for this clash,
and Cheney, Lavender, Richie
and Reulbach are in top form.
Callahan used three pitchers,
and Sox managed to nose out
Peters started; but was jsmked
in seventh, when Washington
scored three times. Doc White,
went in, but was taken out in
ninth when Nationals filled the
bases with two out. Walsh then
forced Shanks to roll out to Rath.
Hughes fell before Sox in
round four, and Cashion was
bumped for a counter in the next
frame, fingle was invincible last
Rath, Mattick and Zeider each
poled two hits, one of Rath's a""
Harry Lord showed himself a
swell outfielder when lie pegged
Moeller out at the plate in first
inning after catching Milan's fly.
Schalk caught another good
game, singled twice and allowed
but two of the speedy Nationals
to steal on him.
Ping Bodie electrified multi
tude by attempting to steal home.
He was caught by about 15 feet.
The Yanks beat Detroit by a
great eighth-inning rally.
Detroit's uniforms failed to ar
rive and Tigers played in New
York traveling suits.
Fisher was put out of the game
in first inning and Warhop then
allowed, Detroit but two hits.
Joe Lake was a hard-luck
heaver. New York hit him safely
only five times.
Hal Chase, was works. Besides
getting a single and double, he
stole two bases. , -
Cobb bagged ;twoof the three
Detroit swats., f " '
In last game that will be played
in the old Brooklyn park Robin
son .outpjjched Yingling.
"xRobmsoniias riot lost a game
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