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Suggs and Curtis each pitched
Pittsburgh made it ten straight
yesterday, beating Philadelphia
in a ten-inning- .fight. Carey
scored deciding mark with a four
O'Toole pitched nine innings
for Pittsburgh, being lifted for
pinch hitter. Robinson finished.
Dooin used 16 players, four of
them, Seaton, Chalmers, Moore
and Brennan, being pitchers.
Paskert of Quakers led both
teams at bat with four hits Mike
Donlin safetied three times.
In last four games Pirates'
have blasted 62 hits,
i Boston Red Sox had a vacation
from real baseball, playing St,
Stovall used a recruit, Well
man, and his delivery was ad
hiired by Red Sox, who stung
him for eight hits. Bedient pitch
ed for Boston without a slip.
Doubles by Yerkes, Gardner
and Stahl played a large part m
the Boston victory.
After having a seven-run lead
on Tigers in sixth inning, Wash
ington lost in tenth.
Engle weakened after sixth and
Tigers hammered him from the
box. Tom Hughe was also
given a drubbing
Boeder, recruit, started for De
troit, being lifted in the sixth.
Washington did not score' off
Covington and Willett.
Moeller of Washington with
three doubles was high batten
Laporte and Sam Crawford also
Cleveland soaked Carl Brown
for 15 hits while Vean Gregg was
holding Athletics to a measly
quartet of blows.
Nap Lajoie, with four hits itvas
many times at bat, and Chapman,
with three, made Brown urihappy.
The new football rules will re
ceive their, first trial today, sev
eral mfnor teams inaugurating
their campaigns. Locally the only
game is' between the alumni and
regulars 6f Oak- Park 'High
School. ' "
Princeton has decided to stick
to last year's system and depend
on open field play to win another
championship.- -Kicking will, be
used as much as formerly. Yale
and Harvard are-putting their re
liance more in -mass plays., with
heavier backs than - -last year.
Eighty candidates- have already
reported for the JElli sqtiad, the
largest ever registered before the
opening of school.
EmilThiry, manager of Packey
McFarland, got a 'load off his
chest yesterday. He declared Ad
Wolgast was afraid to' meet
Packey inO-rounds. The fight
will be confined to arguments be
tween the managers of th& two
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Magistrate If I let you off this? ,
time, will you promise to take the
pledge? ' Delighted Prisoner (ex
citedly) I will, your honor, and?
drink your health. . - ff "
The 'British Museum contains :
the oldest known examples of
Chinese -writing in the form of
animals' bones inscribed witn1
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