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Brown swats-, were for extra
Beaten for seven innings, the
Athletics rallied in the eighth and
hammered Vean Gregg. Two
were out when Bender walked.
Barry, Oldring, Collins and Bak
er followed with singles, scoring
Gregg was stung for but three
hits in the other seven innings.
Houck yielded three hits and
one run in six innings. He wav-'
ered in the seventh and Bender
went in. Naps got to him for two
New York and Detroit had an
old-time slugging match, each
side using two pitchers.
' Cobb, Jones and Onslow ' did
the swatting for Detroit, Pad
dock, Zinn and Stump clouting
Paddock and Zinn each grab
bed three hits, one of Zinn's
counting the winning run in the
Yesterday's victory gave the
series to Yanks, four out of five.
Philadelphia managed to stop
Pittsburgh, mainly through a
homer by Magee in third that
scored two men ahead of him.
Alexander pitched swell ball,
granting but seven hits, three of
them by Wilsorfand two by Jack
Fred Clarke used three pitch
ers, Quakers winning while Hen
drix was in the box.
' Boston outhit Cardinals, 13 to.
6, but St. Louis made most runs.
Boston started rally in ninth,
had scored three runs. Sallee
Titus and Devlin each made
three hits for Boston. i
Nap Rucker fell before Cincin.
nati in the first three innings;
Yingling taking his. placdtoo late.
Dodgers hung, .up more hits .
than Reds, but Fr.om"me was a
whale in the pinches, focing
Dodger stickers to popout.
Cleveland has bought Brenner,
a pitcher, from Racine.
A GOOD: WAY. ?
There is-hardly a householder,
who has not used, as much pro
fanity as his religious leanings
permit when a nail he has at- ijg
tempted to dnve'
infn tfip wall wi11ljfi
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V$jg!f not now in the pias.-( i
&?' ter. ;,. s-i
The nail to be driven into the.
plaster should have a notch filed M)
in it near the end on one sMe.and.J
another notch a little farther, ip
along toward the head on the 2,
other side. w$
When the nail is to be put into? u
the wall it should be dipped in ?
liquid glue until it is well covered
and then driven in place. As soon g
as the glue hardens it will become.;.
as firm as the plaster itself. v.
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Little Boy (at ticket office) j$
want a return ticket, please. 1$
. Ticket Seller Where to? a
Little Boy Why, back here, o $
Great Britain owns 65 subma
rine naval vessels, France 58,
-United States 20 and Japan 12t
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