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without a single hit yesterday,
though Tv Cobb managed to
score a run.
In fourth Cobb walked, went
third on Pratt'? bpojTof Craw
ford's grounder afccl then stdle'i
In the ninth' iHartpltein faced
Bush, Cobb and Crawford, but he
orced ajLthte'e'to pop out
While Hamilton was putting,
Bt Louis on. "the map1, Austin,!
Comptorirfd ' Alexander' punch-'
d Dubucfoftenough'hits to -win.
New York crumbled yesterday..
They ttfok a fpu-run 'lead on
Brooklyn in" the firsts ."but ther
Dodgers pounded away, i:ietf-Chej
score in the. "Secbrfd andr took a'
safe lead in the third and sixth. 5
Stack fell before the Giantsini
round one, but Curtis, an ex-CUbi
was stingy as a relief heaven;
Chance appreciated help from his
former hired men.
Wiltse, Crandall and Ames all
had a crack at" the firing job for
the Giants. Without Marquard,
Tesreau or Mathewsort the
Giants are no better than a sec-,
ond division 'team.
Wheat of Brooklyn and Snod
grass of the Giants each poled
With the score tied at the start
of "the "tenth Alexander went in
for the Phillies against Boston.
Five singles greeted the former
"Great," and the Braves copped.
Donnelly for Boston pitched
fine ball,.a homer by Luderus
sending the game to extra in
Sixteen hits were registered by
the Braves off Finneran. Moore
and Alexander, but sensational
fielding by the Quakers held
drrvvn the niint.
:" Campbell, Titus and Devlin
each collected a trio ot Dingles.
Babe Adams and Benton fought
an even duel for eight innings,
when Robinson went in for the
Pirates and Fromme for the Reds.
The game was won in the
Ltwelf th on singles by Simon and
Marsans of the Reds was high
sticker for three hits.
tack Coombs and Chief Bender
mrerp helnless before Boston Red
Sox, who hammered their com
bined delivery for A 1 hits.
Bedient-s,tarted for Boston, but
gave way to Wall in tmrd. rtau
theld Philadelphia runless.
fiddle Collins of the Macks
bpegged three hits and Murphy-
banged two good ones. Balti
more recruit is makipg good with
Washington had little difficul
ty beating New York, Groom
holding Yanks to five hits, while
his mates peeled nine from Davis.
Joe Jeannette knocked" out
Griff Jones in the second round at
New York. This isthe fourth
successive tout in which Jean
nette has put "his opponent away;
in the second round.
Packey McFarland had an easy
time with Joe Hirst in Philadel
phia, getting the decision ty a
wide margin. Packey outclassed
his' enemy all the way.
Mike Gibbons, St. Paul scrap
per, is to take on Young Mc
Cartney, a Philadelphia middle
weight, in Quakerville, Sept 14
. . .