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; BASEBALL DOPE
i Yesterday's Results.
National League Pittsburgh
9, Chicago 3; New York' 4, Phila
delphia 2; St. Louis 6, Cincinnati
4-; Brooklyn 6, Boston 5.
American League Boston 7,
.Washington 5; Philadelphia 11,
New York 10 (11 innings).
Continuing their listless play
ing, the Cubs took the count
again from Pittsburgh. In order
to finish in second place now the
West Siders must win two
straight from the Pirates.
Cheney, Toney and Powell did
Hendrix let the Cubs down
with seven hits. He whiffed Vic
Saier three times.
Besides his pitching, Hendrix
recorded some stout clouts, bang
ing a triple and three singles.
Bobby Byrne wrenched his
ankle in the first inning and was
carried from the field. The injury
was not serious.
Archer was hit on the knee by
a foul and gave way to Yantz, a
Sox work yesterday was con
fined to morning practice.
New York scored three runs off
Alexander in a seventh-inning
rally and nosed out Phillies.
r -Bader, a new heaver, worked
for New York. Was hit nine
Perritt of St Louis held Reds
hitless after third inning and his
pals came through with enough
runs to cop off Fromme.
" Rube Ellis pinched for Snyder
in seventh, When St. Louis scored
three times, and delivered a triple.
Brooklyn edged out Boston in
a nip-and-tuck slugging match.
Campbell and Devlin of Braves
tore off three hits apiece.'
The Boston Red Sox pounded
three young Washington pitch
ers, while O'Brien was at his best,
and won easily.
There were more ball players
than spectators at the Athletics
Yank game in Philadelphia yes
terday. Both teams slugged.
As a result of Garry Herr
mann's kick, Umpire Finneran
has been suspended for the rest of
the season. The kicks of the Cubs
had no effect. It all depends on
whose ox is gored.
Dick Egan, the Red second
baseman, was suspended for
three days for his row with Fin
neran. President Lynch of the Na
tional League is to have the board
of directors investigate charges
by Horace Fogel that favorable
decisions by certain umpires gave
New York the pennant.
W. M. Kavanaugh, president of
the Southern League, has been
appointed by the national com
mission as its representative to
handle the games, between the
White Sox and Cubs.
Chance is resting until the city
series, when he will take charge
of the Cubs. After that he will
make his fight on Murphy.
Frank Isbell, old White Sox
star, now manager of Wichita,
has bought a wig to cover his
baldness. Izzy's "billiard ball'i
was one of baseball's features.
Young Jack O'Brien beat Jim-