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National League -Pittsburgh
'A, Chicago 1 ; Philadelphia 9. New
York 2; St. Louis 3, Cincinnati 1.
American League Boston 12,
Washington 3; Philadelphia -4,
New York 3.
One more game like the Cubs
played yesterday and this space
will be devoted to bowling news.
Larry Cheney attempted to
come back. Pirates greeted him
warmly for 12 hits.
Babe Adams tamed Cubs with
four hits, one a double by .Cheney.
In order to finish in second
place now Cubs must win their
three remaining games and Pi
rates lose the same number.
Comiskey's men left yesterday
for their last trip of season. Four
games in Detroit wind up the Sox
Rube Marquard-and Jeff Tes
reau took their pre-world's series
workouts against the Phillies.
Marauard was driven from the
box and Tesreau was hit safely
r seven times in four innings.
In, a light hitting game St.
tLouis made it three straight from
Boston sent Washington down
2 to a tie with the Athletics and
shattered Bob Groom's winning
streak. National pitcher had won
tJ JohnMcGraw went to Wash
1 ington to see Wood pitch, but
3 Stahl crossed the Giant leader by
9 using Hugh Bedient.
Js Yanks and Athletics staged a
t battle of pitching recruits. Sal
mon and Pennock of the Macks
were better than Keating.
Brick Owens of the National
League and Tommv Connolly of
the American have been selected
as the umpires for the Sox-Cub
series, insuring good arbitration.
Billy Papke retused to ngnt
Frank Mantell in New York last
night, claiming the house was too
smatt. Some of the boxinsr ex
perts declare Papke was afraid to
take on Mantell, who licked mm
in California last winter.,
Papke's refusal to fight may
injure his future earning powers.
According to reports from Paris,"
Papke's bout with Georges Car
pentier, scheduled for Oct. 16,
may be called off by the promot
ers, who have started an investi
gation of last night's fiasco. Pap
ke sailed for France today.
Coach Stagg drove his Midway .
warriors last night until the elec
tric lights had been turned on. In
a desperate effort to knock a team
together for the Indiana game
Saturday the Maroon mentor
pulled most of his regulars out of
scrimmage and gave their places
to sophomores, who showed great
offensive and defensive power.
Even Capt. Carpenter decorated'
The Day Book will be glad to
print all challenges and scores of
prairie and school games.
1 Lack of Evidence
Stranger Is there a good
criminal lawyer in your town r &
Native Well, everybod yj
thinks we've got one, hut they
aint been able Jo grove it on him.