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la 13 innings. Cleveland ,won on
Gregg's double in the 13th. Hendrix
also pitched stellar ball. 'The best
previous strike-out record was 10", es
tablished by "Rube Waddell in a game
against ow York while pitehing-for
the Athletics in 1904. The game went
12 innings. The deciding -game of the
Pirate-Nap series will be played to
day. Good night! They actually got in a
fight over the city series in St. Louis.
The Cards won the first game and
tied the count. Pratt" 'kinked on a
ground ball and argued with the "um
pires. Beck, a Cardinal, said some
- thing to Pratt and the latter elected
himself a white hope. Several men
mixed, and fights started between
fans in the stands. Pratt was put
off the field. When the -second game
started he went -to first .base. The
umpires said he was out for the after
noon. Manager Rickey, said if Pratt
didn't play there wouldn't be any
game. The umpires left the field.
Then Rickey chased, after them and
said if they'd return .he'd keep Pratt
out. A deciding game will not be
' played, as Manager Huggihs-says his
team is shot to pieces.
And we'll never know which is the
worst major league team. Curses!
Chicago varsity gridiron stars are
practicing behind, closed gates for
the Iowa game Saturday, but Coach
Stagg admitted some new formations
were being worked over. Scrimmage
practice will bea feature of thp work
tomorrow, and the rough stuff may
be -continued 'up to the "day of the
game. Stagg is not satisfied with the
way ..his forwards charge. He is
pleased with the work of the - back
field men, but may tear the -line to
Harry Davis, Jr., 13-year-old son
of the former captain and first base
man of the Athletics died yesterday
in Philadelphia. Death, which was
sudden, wjis due to heartdisease and
-indigestion. The youngster was .on
the: field at Shibe Park.last week.
Eddie Clabby fought a dravwith ,
put up a defense. Borrel used a ter
rific right with deadly effect
Johnny- Kilbane has-been matched
Winnipeg Jack .O'Brien in 12 rounds
at Winnipeglast night. Both men
were full of fight.
Harry Lewis was forced to quit at
the beginning of the fifth round to
escape a knockout at the hands of
Joe Borrel in "Philadelphia last night.
Lewis was staggering and unable to
with Knockout Marr-for a go in Cin
cinnati Oct. 30.
Some fight in Los Angeles tonight
when Johnny Dundee and' Joe Aze-
John Evers,, Pilot, of' Losers.
vedo hook up - for twenty rounds.
That" is, if the reform, element fails
to have the bout stopped.- An appeal
has been sent to the governor. Aze
vedo licked Ad. Wolgast recently.
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ASKING TOO MUCH
"The dinner is stone cold!" growl
ed the" baseball fan.
"I time the- dinner for nine in
nings," said the wife firmly. "I can't
figure on these fifteen - inning
Since 1820 nearly thirty-one mil
lion immigrants have landed in Unit
ed States ports. In the last year 1,