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work with a double and two sin
gles. Chief Meyers had a clean rec
ord in. second game with four hits
in four effort
Jack Miller was another heavy
clubber, with five hits in two en
gagements. Pittsburg .made a game effort
in the second game, tieing the
score at five all in the seventh,
but Giants made a three-run rally
Wagner did his durndest in the
ninth with a homer, but the sacks
were not populated.
Butler, Pirate recruit from St.
Paul, won first game with two po
tential singles. The game was
softer for Pittsburg than the
scrfre shows. '
Philadelphia won a freak con
test from Cincinnati. Benton
had allowed the Quakers one hit
and no runs in the first eight
In the ninth, with one out, Pas
kert singled and scdred on Lo
bert's triple. Magee fanned for
the second out. Cravath and Lu
derus were intentionally walked.
Then Runt Walsh busted a sin
gle, scoring two.
Brooklyn hammered Steele and
Geyer for tS hits, winning from
St. Louis in a gallop.
Moran bingled four, times for
Brooklyn and Red Smith deliv
ered two triples and a single.
Yingling, after being hit for
three runs in round one, settled
down and pitched great ball, baf
fling the Cards.
Boston took sweet revenge on
Cleveland, Ray Collins holding
Naps to two hits, while his pals
soaked 10 from Mitchell, Kaler
As usual, Tris Speaker led Red
Sox, tearing off a triple and two
Larry Gardner was close up
with a triple and one single.
Detroit and Washington both
teams used relief pitchers.
Tom Hughes was lifted in first
when Detroit had scored four
times. Vaughn then went in, and
Tigers whaled him for 12 hits,
Mullin was also driven to coyer,
but Edgar Willet checked Na
tionals. Onslow, rookie first sacker
picked up. by Jennings, looks bet
ter every day. Yesterday he
nicked a homer and three singles.
".Both games Athletics took
from St. Louis were light hitting
affair. In second the Macks were
outclubbed, but they bunched
their five bingles with Brown
Brown was forced to give way
to Bender in first game when St.
Collins and Strunk won the
game for Philadelphia with sin- .
gles off Hamilton in ninth.
Eddie Plank was tight- in
pinches in second contest, while
Baumgardner twirled in hard
According to reports from Phil
adelphia, Connie Mack has begun
the reconstruction of his two
time World's champions. He is
to trade five players to Baltimore
for Murphy and Walsh, the
Oriole star outfielders. Bris
Lord, Maggert, Ben Egan, Deri
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