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infrequent wins, Allison holding
Yanks to five hits.
Lelivelt soaked three of them,
one a triple.
St. Louis bunched its bingles in
sixth inning, scoring three times
Giants and Cards divided dou
ble bill, first game the Cards have
won from New York in many a
Mathewsort was taken out in
eighth of first game to make room
for a pinch hitter. Crandall al
lowed St Louis two runs in
Big Jeff Tesreau continued 'his
winning streak in the second bat
tle, setting Cards down with five
Rube Ellis got back in the game
for St. Louis, making .two hits a
game. Devore led the. Giants
with three blows in the .double
Pittsburgh pounded Alexander
vigorously, beating Philadelphia
and crawling up on the Cubs in
the fight for second place.
Hendrix recovered from his
electric shock, and turned on full
current, holding the Quakers to
half a dozen hits.
Donlin, with three hits, and
Byrne, Wagner, Butler and Gib
son, with two each, set the pace
Alexander put his team in front
with a homer, but running around
"the bases weakened him, and he
was soft for the Pirates in the
eighth and ninth.
Pat Ragon strangled Cincin
nati with three hita m first of two
games,. Rube Benton ajso being
good and yielding but f our, hits5
to the Dodgers.
Extra base hits won the second
battle for Cincinnati, Nap Rucker
being away off form.- j
Bob Bescher splashed five hits
in two games, three of them be
Manager Hugh Jennings and
Outfielder Oscar Vitt of Detroit
have been indefinitely suspended
for their run in with Ump. Con
nolly. Al Palzer, the only real "white
hope" now on the horizon, Jias
temporarily retired because of
trouble with his manager. He
formed a partnership with Tom
O'Rourke at the outset qI his ca
reer and has since tried -to have it
annulled. Failing, he has decid
ed tosfay on his farm in Iowa
until the agreement expires.
Thti fight between1 Abe AtteH
and Harry Thomas at Madison
Square Garden tonight may Ibe
stopped by the sheriff of New
York. If the bout is a 'prize
fight" the sheriff will end m in ac
cordance with the ruling of Gov.
Dix, which forced the breaking
off of the Wolgast-McFarTand
Indignant Young Cyclist (in
beautiful breeches and stockings)
bir, your dog snaps at me every
time I pass. Here he comes nowj
Uld (jentieman spot! bpott
You foolish dog! Come here!
Those aren't bones they're legsL
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