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who strung up ID hits. Doolan,
Killifer and Faskert each got two
Miller Huggins, besides han
dling eight chances in'fhe field,
soaked three: ofCards' eight hits.
Pittsburgh split vith Boston,
King ! Cole; pitching and losing
the second game for Pirates.
First was4a tight fighrHeridrix
having better .of Hess, who. was
stung foreyeral exr.aAbasehits.
Wilson, Pirate right fielder,
collected; three triples; a double
and a "single in the -two games.
Artie Hofman was in center,
getting two hits in six tries.
Campbell of Boston was high
clubber of the afternoon with six
With, a chance to gain a game
and a half on Boston, Washing
ton pulled up bub half a contest,
splitting a double engagement
with St. Louis.
Groome was good in first game,
In second Walter Johnsoh had
his string of 16 straight wins
busted. Johnson relieved Hughes
in seventh with two men on base
and score tied. Before he retired
the side both runs had counted
and St. Louis won,
During his stay on mound lie
whiffed five men and allowed
two hits. He will probably be
charged with defeat in the rec
ords, though Marquard, on a sim
ilar technical question, was not
marked up with a loss, allowing
him to break a record. But the
Rube hails from New York, That
makes a difference.
Connie Mack had his revamped
team on field yesterday, Murphy
and Walsh, the new outfielders
secured from Baltimore, playing
their first game.
Murphy started well, scoring "
three runs, whaling one hit,.
Stealing a base and handling
everything that came his way in"
Detroit scored twice in first in
ning, but after that Carl Brown -mastered
Oldring, Collins and Brown
each got two of the nine hits
made off Dubuc.
Yankees and Naps slugged
each other to a standstill, game
being called with the score a tie
in the ninth. Rain butted in.
New York grabbed 17 hits off ,
combined twists of Blanding,
Mitchell and Baskette.
Caldwell and Warhop were
smacked for 15 bingles.
Birmingham made four hits,
Chase, Sterrett-and Sweeney of -the
Yanks and Johnson of the
Naps hung up -three each, and
players with twp each were too
numerous to mention, ,
Lefty '.Cooper pColumbus has
PitcherCliff Healy of Denver ',
has been sold to Detroit. He will
join them next spring. .
Akron has been dropped from
the Central League. Poor attend- j$,
ance Joslf Akron its chance to see
Grover Hayes, Columbus light
weight, sails for Australia to
night, where, he will fight five bat
tles under management of Hugh
According to Coach Glen War