Veach,fStanage and Eddie On
slow did the big sticking for De
troit, Lelivelt with three hits and
McMillan wjth four being high
men for the Yanks.
Nine bases were stolen in the
second game, the Tigers doing
the pilfer stunt five times.
Pittsburgh hammered Donnel
ly for 12 hits and won a lop-sided
game from "Boston. In the second
game Tyler and O'Toole staged a.
stand-off fight, neither team scor
ing"in eight innings.
Carey and Wagner of Pitts-,
burgh each jabbed three hits in
the first game. Wagner had a
single, double and triple-
Camnitz allowed the Braves 13
hits, but they only crossed the
pan twice. Boston can make more
hits and fewer runs than any team
in the business.
The pleasing feature about
O'Toole's work in the second
game was his control. He issued
two passes and five hits.
St. Louis bunched hits on Fin
neran in the fifth for five runs, -I
beating the Phillies.
Bresnahan used one of -his'
youngsters, Griner. The rookie
was hit ten times, bu't in the
pinches he was invincible.
Luderus, with three .hits, and
Miller, with two, made half 'the
Wingo, the Card catcherpoked
a double and triple.
Detroit has traded Claude Der
rick, the ex-Athletic, secured in
draft from Baltimore, to New
lYork for McGee, a catcher se
cured from Indianapolis-. Jen
nings needs catchers badly. He ,
has bought Rondeau from WashH
ing for 14,000.
Miss Eleanora Sears of Boston -and
Newport beat Miss Mary .
Browne of California in the wo- ,
men's tennis singles at Newport38
yesterday. This is put on the
sport- page because of the society J"
in which Miss Sears radiates.
Eddie Hart, who beat Tommv
Dillon in Terrc Haute Labor day,
has heen arrested, charged witRnc
the theft of $90 from his formeS"
employer, David Kennedy of Chi- !
Several-prizefighters should be5
arrested for taking money under
false pretenses, judged by theif
recent so-called fights. dD
Young Jack O'Brien of Phila-
delphia beat young Brown in ten
rounds before the St. Nicholas A?S5
C, New- York, last night. O'Brien
will probably be matched with!1?
Leach Cross. . &'
Mike Kelley, manager of St.
Paul in the American Association1
has purchased a block of slock in
the Indianapolis club, and willc;
boss the Indians in the next assotf
Willie Schaefer of Chicago puts
Jack Bennett out in the fourth
round at Milwaukee Iasfrnight I
Why do we complain so bitter-o2
ly about- the high co$t of livings
when money is so low that thiorf
butcher can buy a lot of it within"
little porterhouse steak? Huh? 03
a o F
"And why are you writings!
'Personal' on that envelope?" ""P
"I want the man's wife to read'
the letter."' -J - am?
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