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eruit, then started' and allowed' the'
Red Sox but:tbree hits: in the Test? of
the game. The Macks'sHp-wed- fighV
ing spirit when they batted', in three;
runs in the eighth and" tied thescp
Buck CHBrien, who had- relieved Ray
Collins, went4 wild in 'the ninth and
forced in the winning run' with-.a-wCss.
Eddie Muiphy"aHd Ira Thomak.
of the Macks-each-poled three hits.
'Hall, a recruit, pitched a good
game for Detroit, and. Jennliigs.'adi
ded another -game t to iis;-'slendfer
string. LeverSnz. was hit. hard- in .the,'
first two innings, -"when the .Tigers
scored all their runs: ;High and-Bush
of the Tigers' and Stovall and Johnr
son of the Browns each. soaked two,
Joe Tinker's Reds played better;
ball than Pittsburgh,;But; the .Pirates
got the break in luck-and won:-Pitts-;
burgh bunched fouFhifewitnpass-
'pf Suggs" inrthe;sixtfi and .scored its
fliree-Tuns:' Babe- AdamS pitched
.'singly "against ' the -Reds. Bobby
Byrne -of1' 'Pittsburgh, " poled two"
doubles-.and Tinkerwhaled a double
and single. Artie" Hofman stung a
.double in the sixth, but forgot to
touch first base. Wagher got back in
the game at-short, but went hitless.
New York ohlyrnade five Kits off
Hub- Purdue; Larry Doyle getting
'fourrBut-theGiants, managed to win.
MathewsOn was;hftsafely nine times
iboyle won tie game unaided. . He
jcolle'cted. a' hpmer; double Jand two
singles. Bo'ston 'tied tfie score at two
-all in, the ninth when Cy Seymour
"batted for Rariden and 'doubled with
.:two on; base. New York won in the
tenth onrDoyle!s fourth hit.
1 ..'George; Jqh'nsq'n, line- Winnebago
-Indian, pitcher -with. the.. Redlegs,
cam"fr,6m the same, .club 'that pro-