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BOSTON RED SGXlj rfc
c BASEBALL DOPE
American. League Chicago
Philadelphia, wet grounds; St.
New York, xain ) Cleveland 4-3,
Boston 3-2; first game 11 in
nings; second game 5 innings,
darkness.) ' "V
National League ?NeW York -3,
Chicago 5 ; Brooklyn 7, Pittsburg
3; Boston 5, St. Lpuis 4; Philadel
phia 7, Cincinnati 1. , A
If the Cubs could bat againsj
Rube Marquard all year" they
-would have top-heavy batting
recprds. The mark lasted two
and a third innings yesterday,
during which time the West Sid
ers rapped him for six hitsand
Larry Cheney won his eighth
straight game. He would have
scored a shut-out, but Sheckard
dropped a fly in the fifth, and
"three New York tallies resulted.
Six hits were knocked, out 'of
Marquard slipped in the second
and fell all thje way. in the third.
Singles by Zimmerman and Ar
cher, a sacrifice and a double by
Saier scored two in the second.
In the third successive singles
by Sheck, Miller and Tinker scor
ed one. Zim sacrjfied. Saier and
Evers were passed, forcing in a
run. Caldwell took the mound
for New York. Meyers tried to
nail Evers off first and shot him
in the foot, Tinker scoring when
the ball squirted to right field.
That was all for the Cubs.
John Evers was canned for
kicking 'when called out at sec?
ond. The Trojan may draw a. susj
pension for the rest of thje yean
Evers" 2is at ggod player, but his
batting and fielding cannot be
used when'heis on the" bench.
Tinker plugged two of the vine i
hits posted y Chicago.