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to- have waked up and played to
gether like a machine. Corriden is
still weak on balls hit to his right
and the majority of them shoot to
the outfield for singles. Red is gin
gery enough and a willing worker,
but he cannot cover the necessary
territory. This is. a serious draw
back, as Bridwell cannot get back in
the game until the end of the Brook
lyn series, which starts tomorrow. Al
visited a New York physician yester
day and was told his bum foot need
ed further rest .
Zim, who has blossomed out as a
literary gent since twisting his ankle,
will continue to pound a typewriter
for a few days, taking a vacation
from pounding the ball. Zim is some
author, but a much better ball player.
His sub, Phelan, is filling in accept
ably, but cannot deliver the crashing
punch like the Bronx German.
Saier rapped a single and triple.
Three Giants stole on Bresnahan,
but Roger got even by soaking a sin
gle that drove over the first Cub run.
Red Dooin shook up his slipping
team, benching Magee, Doolan, Pas
kert and Knabe, but the Pirates
scored their third straight win in spite
of the new-fangled line-up. Pitts
burgh got only four hits off Chalmers,
all coming in the first inning, scoring
two runs. The sugar tally counted,
in the third on errors. George Mc
Quillan pitched his first game since
returning to fast company, and,
though hit ten times, managed to
safely place the blows. Walsh, who
took Knabe's place at second, poled
three hits and fielded sensationally.
Becker replaced Paskert, Miller suc
ceeded Magee and Doolan gave up
his job to Dolan.
Perdue outpitched Harmon and
Boston won its fourth straight from
the Cards. Mann of the Braves wal
loped a triple and single. Perdue
fanned seven St Louis batters.
Look at this Tinker fellow.. His
Cincinnati team made it three
straight from Brooklyn, allowing the
Pirates 'to pass the Dodgers in the
pennant chase. Nap Rucker was se
verely laced by tne Reds, and three
successors fared badly. Mordecai
Brown and John Kling formed the
same old victorious battery. Brownie,
Marsans and Smith each registered
Fred Falkenberg paused the Ath
letics with seven hits, and Cleveland
proved that Mack's team can be beat.
Plank and Houck were soft for the
Naps. Ryan and Carisch of Cleve
land got -three safeties. Lajoie play
ed a swell fielding game at second
base, getting everything that went in
the vicinity of his station.
Rube Foster of the Boston Red
Sox did not give the St. Louis Browns
a run in the first eight innings. Then
a single and double fractured- his
clean record. Baumgardner had
nothing to dazzle the Red Sox. Tris
Speaker had a wealthy day, jamming
two doubles and a single. Wagner
of Boston drove out a pair of doubles.
Manager Stahl denied that he and
President McAleer of the world's
champions were at outs as a result
of the team's slump. Jake declared
no friction existed and claimed the
team- was down in the race because
of injuries and not because of dis
sension. Washington outhit Detroit, 8 to 5,
but Hall was a bear in the pinches,
fanning ten Nationals. Tom -Hughes
furnished half a dozen passes that
were costly. Morgan of Washington
prodded a couple of doubles and Cal
vo, the Cuban outfielder, horned in
with a pair of singles.
A plan surd to meet with a rousing
response from Chicago' fans, if car
ried through, was broached in New
York yesterday, when Manager Evers
of the Cubs and Manager Tinker of
the Reds got together to frame up a
benefit game for the widow of Jimmy '
Doyle, former Cub third baseman,
who died in February, 1912. The idea
is to have all the former stars of the
Cubs, now playing with major and
minor teams, gather in Chicago at
some date in September to play the