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Getting near home, Frank Chance
won another ame. Hay Keating
turned the trick by holding the Tigers
to three hits. Keating has pitched
the three game won by the Yanks
this year, Af terTy Cobb had fanned
twice, the Peach said he had a head
ache and quit the game.
The Boston Red Sox were licked
twice. Cy Palkenberg of the-Naps
won his fifth straight game, holding
the world's tmampions to six hits,
and after the game the players mixed
in the runway leading to the club
house, Tris Speaker and Catchers
Carrigan and Nunamaker battling
Olson, Beall and Graney. Trouble
started during the game when Carri
gan bumped Graney in the head with
his knee. Other players resorted to
rough tacticB throughout the game.
Jackson and Graney hitLeonard hard
during the ball game.
Brown of the Athletics walked
three St Louis players in the first
inning, but Lapp caught two of them
stealing After that Brown pitched
good balL Frank Baker and Jimmy
Austin each maced homers. Brief,
subbing for George Stovall, poled a
hit and handled 14 chances;
Rube Benton of the Reds gave the
Giants three passes and five hits in
two innings, when he was lifted in
favor of JPackard, who did a good job.
Tinker was unable to overcome the
Giant lead, though Ames was chased.
Marsans, Bgan and Bates each swat
ted two hits. Shafer cleaned up 12
chances at short for- the Giants.
Hans Wagner soaked three hits,
but Tyler outpitched O'Toole, and the
Braves beat Pittsburgh again. Mar
anville, the Boston -shortstop, played
an important part uuthe victory,
smiting three hits.
Lobert got a double and single, his
two-bagger driving home the winning
run for the Phils in the tenth. Three
double plays held down the Card
Score. Seatoti pitched better ball
than Griner. Larry McLean and
Rebel Oakes got two hits each. Jim-1
my "Sheckard made two errors in
right field. Four assists were made
by the Phffly outfielders.
George Stovall, deposed -as man
ager of the St LouiB Browns, and
also suspended for spitting; on Umpire
Hildebrand, will know his fate to
night The first baseman asked Ban -Johnson
for leniency, and also got
the backing of President Comiskey of
the Sox. Stovall's past good record -wni
be considered by the league head
in dealing with hint,
St Stanislaus, 9; St Ignatius, 8
St PJtas, 14,-Loloya, 0.
St Phillips, 6; Morgan Park, 5.
Maroons, 5; Rock Island, 0. .
Wendell Phillips, G; U. High, 5.
LaGrange,14Mortbn,6. . ,
Willie Ritchie fs to start training
the second week in June for a fight
July 4. Ritchie's opponent has, not
been named, but; it wilL probably be
Leach Crossor Joe Biverr Hatfem
Tommy Murphy is- also- entitled to
some consideration, though we doubt
Martin Sheridan,, the great New
York weight thrower , and Qlympio
champion wfll retire fromafiletics.
Sheridan fcays, it interferes' with ,fijs
duties as a pohcefcian. , ' '
Roger Salmon, a, left-handed
pitcher turned over to 1ouisvfll6 by
the AthleticSj has been sent to New
Orleans. Connie Mack,.has a string
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