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American League Chicago 4,
New York 2; Washington 6, De-
"i troit"3 (called in eighth inning on
account to darkness); bt .Louis
' 6-1, Boston 4-2.
National League No games
Yesterday's victory of the
,White Sox over New York makes
the series for the year stand 13 to
9 in favor of the' South Siders.
Eddie Cicotte grew in effective
' ness as the game'progrgssed. In
the first four innings he was
stung for eight hits and two runs.
N After that he held the Yanks run
less, allowing but two hits.
The Sox, with but seven hits,
amassed twice as many runs as
the Yarifts. Extra base hits by
Mattick, Rath and Collins were
responsible for the Sox scores.
In the first inning Rath walked
and scored on Mattick's triple.
The latter scored on a fly. Collins
. tripled in the fifth and scored on
Borton's sacrifice. Weaver's sin
gle and Rath's double compiled
the fourth run.
Mattick. was top slugger with a
trjple and two singles.
Chase drove out three singles
for the Yanks, Daniels whanging
3 a double and single.
. Presidents Comiskey of .the
Sox and Murphy of the Cubs are
in Cincinnati for the national
commission meeting. Both have
a4arge list of players which they
h&pe to draw when the drafts
ppen tomorrow, yuwaig,
Prom fighting for first place to
struggling to remain in second
position is the fate of the Cubs.
Pittsburgh is but a game and a
half behind Chance's gang, with
its pitchers working well.
Cheney and Richie are the only
Yeterans of the Cubs' flinging
Staff who' are dependable, and
Chance may use his rookies in an
effort to stall the rush of the Pi
rates. Pierce, Madden and Sum
mers are sure to get their share
The St Louis Browns split a
double bill with the Boston Red
Sox, Joe Wood being the winning
heaver for Boston.
Yesterday's win makes 16
straight for Wood, equaling the
record made by Walter Johnson
of Washington this season.
Both games were hard fought.
St. Louis jolted Hall from the
mound in the first, Vandyke, a re
cruit, takig his place and holding
the Browns scoreless in the last
six rounds. Baumgardner went
the route for St. Louis.
Hamilton and Wood fought on
even terms in the second, Boston
getting the winning run in the
eighth on a pass, a single and a
Boston now has to win but one
more game and the Athletics
must lose one in, order to cinch
the pennant for the Red Sox.
Washington concentrated oh
one inning against Detroit, .scor
ing six times in the seventh.
Washington made 14 hits to six
Walter Johnson busted his los
ing' streak. Errors were respons-
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