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a bunt and stole second in this inning, j
Leonard outpitched Hamilton and
Baumgardner, and the Red Sox won.
Gardner and Engle bunched extra
base hits for the lone run. St. Louis
got four hits and nine fanned. Man
ager Rickey and Catcher .Agnew were
put off the field for disputing a de
cision. Some Sunday school ball.
Tom Seaton outpitched Willett, and
the Tip Tops beat Brownie's Feds.
Willett got three singles, and Westsr
zill and Gagnier each got a double
and triple for Brooklyn.
Baltimore and Indianapolis each
made 13 hits, but the Terrpins bunch
ed their swats. Jack Quinn was bat
ted from the box for the first time this
year. Mullen and Kaiserhng of the
Hoosiers were also thumped. Jack
litsch got two doubles and a single.
Quinn and Walsh each pasted hom
ers Walker of Pittsburgh did not allow
Kay See a hit for five innings, but
had to quit because of wildness. Ad
ams gave the Packers two hits during
the remainder of the game. Henning
and Haris suffered from bunched hits.
Lennox and McDonald each got tri
ples. Lennox is coming along as the
leading extra-base batter of the
Joseph Lannin has purchased the
stock in the Boston Red Sox held by
the Taylor family, and now is sole
owner of the club.
Lake View, 2, Senn, 0.
Hyde Park, 6; Bowen, 2.
Parker, 9; Englewood, 8.
Calumet, 6; Curtis, 4.
LaGrange, 10; Oak Park, 5.
Evanston, 12; New Trier, 8.
St Ignatius, 10-; St Rita, 3.
St. Patrick, 5; Holy Trinity, 4.
St Phillips, 7; De Paul, 4.
De La Salle, 8; St Cyril, 1.
Two leading drug stores in Atlanta,
Ga., asked the privilege of having suf
frage windows and selling "votes for
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