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hurt. He knocked a single and triple,
as did Viox of the Pirates. Doc Miller
was replaced in the field by Paskert,
but cracked a double when acting as
pinch hitter for Pitcher Marshall. In
the full game he played Thursday
Miller went hitless. The last seven
times he has been summoned as
pinch hitter he has delivered. Some
dope." Claude Hendrix pitched strong
ball for Pittsburgh.
Rube Benton was wild, but held
Brooklyn to eight hits, being scored
on in one' inning. Yingling and Stack
were pestled by the Reds, who clean
ed up their fourth straight. Josh De
vore jimmied four singles. Smith of
Brooklyn rounded out a pair of dou
bles. Huggins' Cardinals finally Won a
game from Boston, getting to Lefty
Tyler in the sixth inning ior enough
to cop. Burk and Sallee pitched for
St. Louis, Slim stopping the Braves
in the last three innings. Connelly
of the Braves whaled a homer and
single. Rebel Oakes connected for
a double and single.
"And the cat came back."
So did "Three Fingered Brown,"
who was for several years the pitch
ing mainstay of the Chicago National
League Club under Frank Qhance.
So did Johnny Kling, who during
Photos by Durborough.
Mordecai Brown and John Kling.