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BITS OF SPORT
National League Brooklyn
12, Chicago 3; Pittsburg 5-A,, Bos
ton 4-8; Cincinnati 5, New York
Of Philadelphia 4, St. Louis 1.
American League Chicago 4,
Boston 2; Washington 6-3, St.
Louis 3-4; Philadelphia 5, Detroit
2; New York 8, Cleveland 8
(called end of 9th inning, rain).
Brooklyn followed Boston and
took a crack at the Cubs' pennant
chances, lambasting three pitch
ers for 15 hits and 12 runs. ,
Giants lost also and the Cubs
missed a fine chance to gain.
Nap Rucker, who hurled for
Dodgers, was invincible in all'
but the third, when two passes
were followed by a triple- by
Downey and an infield out, scor
ing all the Cub markers.
Lefty Leifield,, Reulbach and
Loudermilk performed against
Dodgers, -Lefty and Ed dividing
three innings and Loudermilk
pitching the last six.
- They were all the same to
Brooklyn gangsters, who failed
to hit safely in but one inning.
Fisher safetied three times,
Hummell once, Cutshaw once
and Phelps 'went hitless. Rest of
the enemy each made a pair of
Hummell's lone bingle was a
homer that drove a run in ahead.
Jim Archer poled three hits,
but was away off form, in throw
ing, five Dodgers stealing.
Heinie Zimmerman and Frank
Schulte each busted twa hits.
Callahan'-s Glooms -downed
Boston and allowed both Wash
ington and Athletics to crawl up.
After first inning, when Zeid
er's low throw alldwed Red 'Sox
to score their first counter, Walsh
was never in danger. He stopped
them untii he had a safe lead in
eighth, then allowed another run
Chink "Mattick and John Col-
lins, with a lusty triple apiece,
were responsible for White Sox
In third Walsh and Rath sin
gled with two out. Mattick then
dented the right field wall.
Collins' triple followed Cal'&
singlein the sixth. John scored
when his hit was returned poorly
from the outfield. - "
Tris Speaker banged two' hits.
Duffy Lewis pulleda'sensation
al catch, racing up on the left field
bank, lying down and taking"
Cincinnati beat Giants with
Marquard pitching. Previous to
yesterday's game the Reds had
dropped 15 straight to New York.
Marquard was hit hard. Iir
eighth two doubles, a single and
a homer by Eddie Grant scored
Thirteen hits were jolted from
Marquard, Hoblitzell and Mitch
ell getting three each.
Rube Benton had the Giants
hushed, Doyle and Herzog, with
two hits each, being only ones to
"Grover, Alexander did some
high art pitching, giving" Phils an
easy win over St. Louis.
Geyer, Woodburn and Burk
had nothing to mystify the Phils,