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ing. Doyle flied to Hooper. Shod
grass singled. Murray fouled to
Cady. 2 hits. No runs. Boston:
Wagner flied to Murray. Cady
flied to Murray. Bedient flied to
Devore. No hits. No runs.
Sixth Inning New York: Mer
kle flied to Hooper. Herzog out,
Wagner to Stahl. Meyers walk
ed. Fletcher fanned. No hits.
No runs. Boston: Hooper pop
ped to Merkle. Yerkes singled.
Speaker walked. Lewis forced
Speaker, Yerkes taking third.
Yerkes out at the plate on an at
tempted double steal. 1 hit. No
runs. Seventh Inning New York:
Matty singled. Devore forced
Matty at second. Doyle flied to
Wagner. Devore- stole second.
Snodgrass out, Gardner to Stahl.
1 hit. No runs. Boston: Gard
ner flied to Snodgrass. Stahl sin
gled to center. Wagner walked.
Cady flied to Fletcher. Henrick
sen batted for Bedient. Hen
ricksen doubled, scoring Stahl,
Wagner going to third. Hooper
flied to Snodgrass. 2 hits. 1 run.
Eighth Innings New York:
Wood now pitching for Boston.
Murray out to Stahl. Merkle out,
Yerkes to Stahl. Herzog singled.
Meyers out, Yerkes to Stahl. 1
hit. Not runs. Boston: Yerkes
out, Herzog to Merkle. Speaker
out, Doyle to Merkle. Lewis out,
Fletcher to Merkle. No hits. No
Ninth Inning New York:
McCormick batted for Fletcher
and flied to Lewis. Matty fanned.
Devore walked. Doyle out, Yer
kes to Stahl. No hits. No runs.
Boston: Shafer at sjibrt for Ner
York. Gardner flied to Snod
grass. Stahl doubled. Wagner
flied to Devore. Cady flied to
Murray. 1 hit. No' runs.
Tenth Inning New York:
Snodgrass out to Stahl. Murray,
doubled. Merkle singled, Mur
ray scoring on Speaker's fumble.
Herzog fanned. Meyers out,
Wagner to Stahl. 2 hits. 1 run.
Boston: Engle batting for,
Woods. Engle took two bases on
Snodgrass' muff. Hooper flied to
Snodgrass. Yerkes walked.
Speaker singled, scoring Engle,
Yerkes taking third. Lewis walkr
ed. Gardner flied to Devore,
Yerkes'scored. 2 runs.
Board of directors of the I. C.
Ry. elected Philip Stockton of the
old Colony Trusjt Co., Boston, to
succeed late John Jacob Astor.
Mrs. Olive Ayes, 62, 812 Ellen
st, killed by falling iron beam un
der elevated structure at Paulina
st. and Milwaukee ave.
"You've'had a fortune left you,
I hear," said the lawyer.
"Yesj" replied the fortunate
"I suppose you will pay a lot of
your debts now?"
"I had thought of it, but I con
cluded to make no change in my
manner of living. I ddn't want to
be accused of vulgar display."
"What does old Wilkms do'1
now he is on the retired list?"
"Just the same does nothing
but talk about work.