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a triple. Perritt -was hit hard by Pitts
burgh, and gave way to Sallee in the
ninth, when the Pirates rallied. Viox,
JHans Wagner's sub, poled four hits.
Stengel of Brooklyn is after extra
base clouting honors in the National
League. His effort yesterday was two
home runs, one scoring a man ahead
of the soak. Stack was outpitched by
Hess, but flashy fielding saved the
Keating"of the Yanks held the Ath
letics scoreless for five innings and
Chance's fielders played like regular
fellows. Then three hits off Keating
were bunched "with three Yank errors
and the Athletics copped. Brown
pitched a neat game for the Macks.
Clark Griffith used four pitchers,
but were unable to stop the Red Sox.
O'Brien was hit hard, but kept the
bingles scattered. Wagner, the Bos
ton shortstop, injured his hand taking
a throw and will be out of the game
a few days. Hooper of Boston and
Morgan of Washington each got a
pair of doubles and a single.
Cy Falkenberg of Cleveland beat
Weilman of St Louis for the second
time this year.' Weilman, who is
touted as having great control, walk
ed one man and hit another with the
bases full in the sixth. Cleveland got
wnine hits to seven for the Browns.
Stovall and Olson each jogged three
Manager Chance of the Yanks to
day released Pitcher Hoff to Roches
ter of the International League. The
P. L. wants infielders and would give
his whole hurling corps for a couple.
Dick Rudolph, a pitcher from To
ronto, has been sold to the Boston
Braves for $4,000, Pitcher Brown and
first choice on the Boston players
turned back to the minors.
The Cubs are after Harry Jasper,
a pitcher from Dubuque who fanned
17 Three-Eye Leaguers Tuesday.
The National Commission, in rein
stating Ty Cobb, fined him $50 for
not reporting at the beginning of the
season and slapped him on the wrist
with a few remarks about what a bad
boy he had been in the past. The De
troit club was also criticised for let
ting Ty get away with so many pecu
Port Washington will play the Cun
thers at Gunther Park Sunday, the
only local battle in the Lake Shore
Frank Moran, who fought Luther
McCarty ten rounds in New York
Wednesday night, did not get a cent
for his work. McCarty had been
guaranteed $4,000 and the gate re
ceipts were less than that Before
the fight began Moran was notified
that the promoters would be unable
to pay him. In spite of this the big
fellow went on, saying he would keep
faith with the public. But if they had
tried to take a ten-case note out of
Mccarty's share there would iave
been a howl from Luther. That's the
St Rita, 12; St. Phillips, 11.
St. Igriatius, 23; Marquette, 8.
St Cyril Juniors, 6; St. Rita, 3.
Michigan, 6; Pittsburgh, 1.
St Joseph College, 4; Loyola, 3.
See the man. See the supper betore the man. See the sad look on
the man's face. None of his relatives died. His house didn't burn down.
He's not sick. He. didn't get fired.1 But the Qubs lost!