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box. A fan made a masse shot
with a pop bottle, kissing off on
Jennings, Bush and Vitt were
all sent to the club house during
Murphy, Collins and Walsh of
the Macks each whaled three hits.
Cobb, Corriden and Veach of
Tigers collected two hits apiece
off Houck, Covaleskie and Plank.
Detroit scored four times in
ninth, but Veach failed in pinch
with two on and two out.
Joe Lake got a swell drubbing,
being jolted fourteen times by
Yankees are making most of
their soft opportunities. They got
their second straight from St.
Louis yesterday. "
Caldwelf was a whale for
Yanks in first seven innings. In
eighth St. Louis got to him for
four runs. Warhop relieved him
and stopped ruri getting.
Old Jack Powell was picked on
throughout game by New York.
Baumgardner went to mound in
eighth, and New York got to him
for wo runs and the game.
Daniels poked a triple and a
single for New York, Jack Leli
velt haying a hand in one of the
runs with another triple.
PratV Jantzen and Hogan of
Browns soaked two "hits each.
Claude Hendrix, Pirate pitcher,
"was knocked unconscious by a
bolt of fightning that struck the
- flagpolexin the Philly park. He
was jevived in 15 minutes and as
good as new.
To revenge their pitcher the
Pirates shot a few bolts into
Charners, Seaton and Nelson
who heaved for the Quakers. ,j
Fourteen hits were totaled by
Pittsburgh. In the lourth inning,
the Smokeville ginks counted sixx
times- on as many hits.
Max Carey led slaughter with
four hits, one a double, closely fol
lowed by Simon with three. j
Ferry was hit hard by Dooin
ites, but Howard Carrtnitz took
up the work and stoppqd stick)
Donlin of Pirates and Sher-c
wood Magee of the Quakers each
pasted a homer in addition to one
John T. Brush, president. o
Giants, was badly shaken up
when his auto was overturned iit
New York to avoid collision with
a mail auto truck. i
, President Lynch of the Nations'
al League has signed Umpire Wo
J. Guthriet now handing out de
cisions in the International
Just to make the affair natural?
Lynch should ask waivers on
Ump Finneran. Finneran would
never get out of the league, how'rf
ever. New York would refuse to
let go of its star player. -I
We cash a bet. The promoters?
have called off the Wolgast-Mc-Fariand
bout scheduled for New'
York. It was claimed that Wolo
gast had failed to live up to the?
terms of his contract. The stater
would have stopped the fighij,
When Wolgast and McFarwi
land get in a ring for a real fight)
we'll all be riding in the subway
and getting universal transfers.