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American League Boston 3,
Chicago 1; Philadelphia 3, De
troit 0; St Louis 3, New York 0;
Washington 3, Cfeveand2.
National League Boston 7-7,
Chicago 0-4; Brooklyn 1-4, Cin
cinnati 0-6; St. Louis 4-1, New
York 2-4; Pittsburgh 7, Philadel
Boston cleaned up last game of
year here yesterday,, making the
series for the season stand Bos
ton 16, Chicago 6.
Lange and O'Brien fought hot
pitching duel for seven innings.
In the eighth the Red Sox got to
Lange for three runs, the White
Sox coming back with one.
Lange's wildness got him in
trouble., In eighth a 'pass to
YerkeSj-Lewis' single and Gard1
ner's walk filled the sacks. Jake
Stahl emptied them with double.
White Sox scored in the same
round on triple by Mattick and
single by Collins.
Boston made, only four hits to
seven for the White Sox.
Detroit is stepping on the heels
of the White Sox for possession
of fourth place.
Weak batting in the first game,
weak fielding in second game and
weak pitching by Cub heavers in
both games explain the double
defeat of the West Siders by Bo's
.Toney and Reulbach .were
swatted hard in the first three in
nings of first game. Madden rthen
went to work and held Boston,
4ut it was too late
Pierce started second game for
Chicago, but retired because of
wildness. Lavender was in
trouble after taking the mound,
but punk fieldjng had a lot to do
with his sorrows.
Old Otto Hess was a whale in
the firstjgame. Tyler and Perdue
divided the labor in the second.
Vincent Campbell was the
stick king. In first game he
banged "four "hits and in the sec
Heinie Zimmerman nailed two
hits each game. Three of his ef
forts were doubles.
Tinker also nabbed four hits,
two to a game. In covering sec
ond in the third inning of the
first game he.Stumbled over the
bag and Cotter's throw went to
center field. Then Bostpn count
ed six times.
Coveleskie, a brother- of the
Giant killer who gave-the pennant
to the Cubs, pitched great ball for
the Athletics against Detroit.
Feature of the game was the
failure of Umpire Connolly to
get hit in the face with a bottle.
Wheatley, recruit, worked for
Tigers and held Macks to seven
hits. Three hits were all Tigers
Bob Groome and Willie Mitch
ell pitched each other to a stand
still, but the Nap pitcher threw
away the game with a three-base
wild heave in the seventh-, giving
Washington" two runs.
Nap Lajoie registered three
hits and Joe Jackson and Milart
two. " "
St. Louis committed one of its
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