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got because Meriile wa&NO.Ton first
base. Fred would "have found -it Im
possible to handle the balls -cm.
which Wiltse got Strunk. and. Barry
at the plate' Wednesday.
McLean had difficulty' with Tes
reau's spitter, but Larry is batting,
over .400. Again, the only game Mc
Graw won was taken on' a batting
rally headed by his second-string
Even if Meyers had 'Been; behind"
the bat Tesreau would- have, had' a
man's job. His spitter isiinferfqr to!
several in. the-Americanltieagueand
the Macks have been''prettygqo"cL
wallopers in their ownclrcu't. . I r
Any alibi McGraw-maypreseht will,
be exploded'by Collins ,and"Baker. '
Pittsburgh ftied,th'e .'sVieVwj'tfuthe
are both trained .finely for, their bouk
tonight' in Denver." "The winner will
;go after a -match, with Champion
' The-New York, district attorney
has -begun an. investigation of the
wayw6rrd'-s series tfekets were'han
dled'in that city. Jji. effort' will be
made "to find, how th'e scalpers got so
many nasteboards.' "The. National
Leo Houck shaded tJack Dillon of
-'Indianapolis in six-rounds at Lancas-
Killing the, Giant's base-running n the"fourth inningCof Wednesday's
game "Tillie" Shafe'r, who reached first oh Baker's low throw"to Mclnnes;
attempted to steal second,' but was'thrpwn out by-Lapp's perfect throw to -'
Eddie Collins. " . '
Naps by timely batting 'against Mit
chell and Kahler. Babe Adams stop
ped Cleveland " dead. Johnston "of
Cleveland soaked, three singles. Carey
got a triple, and' single. . '
Help! "the best post-season game
yesterday was between the two tail
end St. Louis,teams. Weilma'n of the
Americans allowed only "one hit; but
was beaten because, he made a wild
throw to second' base. Slim Sallee
allowed the Browns four hits.
Eddie' Campi and ' Frank's 'Burns.'
ter, Pa., last-night.- This Js the third t
time,th6 two middles have met i
City.; Series Attendance, 29,368; J
receipts,. $19,946. ' ? '
World's' SeriesAttendance, 36,
888;. receipts,' $75,763. ' 3
- WORLD'S SER'lES BATTING
Athletics. Collins'," ,.583; Baker, I
.538; bidring,. .286J 'Barry, .250; t
Sevang, .'250; Lapp, .250;.Plank, .250;
Bush, -.250; E;Murpbyr,21-4; Mclnnis, i
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