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-Heridrix -however, was a slittgy
.critter and stopped.tne Cubs with
a trio of singles.'
"Ward Milter subbed for Sheck
ard -in first -game and Leach in
second. Playing for "Sheck he hacl
a great 'time, prodding three hits,
He was a failure as Tommy
Zimmerman, with a double and
.two' singles, scored two of Cubs
TUns in game one, but his safety
in' second was"wasted.
' Tom Needham slopped two to
joutfiefd inv first, as did Joe Tinker.
-Tinker smashed, one o.f the three.
Cubs made a bid for second
game in seventh inning, Tinker
and Zim singling wijh. one out.
Ward Miller and Safer, nowever,
;were unable tp deliver.
Hans' Wagner- won second
game for Pittsburgh when- he
singled in-second' and swiped sec
ond.' Wilson" single'd him 'home.
Artie Hofman played, against
his old pals in first battle and cut
'off -a- lot of hits, besides ringing
one himself. After this game Ar
tie jumped" Pirates, saying lie was
going home because he was un
able to get in" condition.
There is some other reason for
Hofman's- defection. The ex-Cub
has been stinging the ball for bet
ter than .300,' and playing a bang
up fielding game'. Fredv Clarke
made a 'futile effort to hold Arjie
in linej"but says ne,is confident
Hofman will be back with the
Pirates next season.
McCarthy was back' at second
ibr Pittsburg-, 'Butler - having
fallen down in hitting. "- -4
Snow tomorrow, Boston: beat
the Giants. Otto Hess, who pitch
ed hay to the.animals oil the Ark,
pitched a ball the New Yorker?
' Four hits were all the 'Giants
White this- remarkable stunt
was being staged, the Braves
slugged Crandall, Ames and
Wiltse for 10 hits. Jackson-soaked
three of them, and Titus and
Campbell two" each. r
Cincinnati might win the pen
nant if a new season was started
right now. Reds beat St. Louis
again, making five straight. i
Bresnahan's usual two pitchers
were iumped ten times, Bescher,
Marsans and Phelan getting two
Suggs held Cards to eight safe
ties, Oakes getting three.
Bescher and Clarke stole two
bases, Marsans and Hoblitzel pil
fering once each.
Finneran, Philly pitcher (not
the umpire who plavs with New
York), checked Brooklyn whiM
Ms mates were anvmg tne snoots
of Ragon to, the other regions-
Luderus, With a single, double
and homer, counted four of Quak
er runs. Cravat h and Magee
were right behind him with a pair
of swats each.
Philadelphia in American lea
gue bumped Groom for 12 hits,
but counted only two runs.
Washington made it six hits
off Crabfie and Houck' produced
A triple and single by Gandil,
two singles by Moeller and a
brace" of stolen bases by Milan1